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2018 LB Brian Asamoah will no longer visit Michigan this week

Brian Asamoah will attempt to reschedule his Michigan visit for April.

Brian Asamoah

Class of 2018 three-star linebacker Brian Asamoah will no longer visit Michigan on March 18th. Instead, he will reschedule his trip to Ann Arbor for April.

“I will not be visiting Michigan this week,” he said. “Due to coach (Jim) Harbaugh saying he will not be there to meet me, so I am scheduling a new date to visit when he is there.”

The 6-foot-0, 205-pound outside linebacker is ranked No. 611 in the 2018 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. He is the 44th-best at his position and is ranked No. 26 in the state of Ohio.

Asamoah, from St. Francis De Sales High School (OH), has offers to play for Cincinnati, Kentucky, Michigan, Penn State, Pittsburgh, UCLA, West Virginia, Boston College, Buffalo, Colorado State, Duke, Eastern Kentucky, Indiana, Iowa State, Minnesota, Notre Dame, Purdue, Rutgers, Toledo, and Wisconsin.

“I’m visiting Michigan to get a better feel of the program,” he said. “What makes them special is their leader, who is coach Jim Harbaugh. The impact he has brought to the program in a short period of time is unreal. You can only imagine what he is going to do over time.”

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh has led the Wolverines to a 20-6 record across his first two seasons with the program. Michigan has been to back-to-back bowl games and Asamoah has taken notice.

“I feel good about Michigan,” the outside linebacker said. “I love the direction the programs heading towards under coach (Jim) Harbaugh.”

Check out Asamoah’s junior season highlights with St. Francis De Sales: