Class of 2019 three-star power forward Taylor Currie told Maize n Brew that he will visit Michigan on August 5th.
“I was just invited to the Nike Top 100 camp in June, so I will be attending Michigan’s August 5th College Practice Camp,” the 6-foot-8, 200-pound forward told MnB. “However, there is not much for me left to see on the campus because I’ve been there so many times.”
Currie transferred from Columbus (OH) Worthington Christian Schools to Clarkston (MI) High School this September.
“My family and I moved from Ohio to Michigan in September,” he added.
The power forward is ranked No. 145 in the 2019 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. He is the 30th-best at his position and was ranked No. 4 in the state of Ohio before he moved to Michigan.
Currie does not hold any offers, but has big time interest in Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio State, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
“My relationship with Michigan dates back to middle school,” Currie mentioned. “I have a great relationship with coach John Beilein and his entire staff. I also like that fact that my skill set fits very well with their offensive. I can play inside and outside, which is what coach Beilein likes to see from his big guys. I grew up a huge Michigan fan so that helps. At this point, we will see how things progress as we enter the summer recruiting period.”