Members of the 2015 class will continue to look around during the uncertain times surrounding the Michigan football program.
Four-star linebacker commit Darrin Kirkland Jr. (Indianapolis, Indiana) has a pair of official visits lined up for the next few weekends. This weekend, he will travel to Ole Miss for their game against Auburn, according to ESPN's Tom VanHaaren.
The following weekend, Kirkland will make his way to Oklahoma for their match-up against Baylor, according to 247's Steve Wiltfong.
So what does this mean for the Wolverines going forward? Well, it may not be good news.
Kirkland was one of the players planning on enrolling early in January, but it's starting to look less and less like that will happen if/when a coaching change was to take place, which looks more likely with each passing week.
Joining him as a player that is looking around this weekend is defensive back commit Tyree Kinnel (Dayton, Ohio), who will take an unofficial visit to West Virginia.
Michigan currently has nine committed players in Alex Malzone, Mike Weber, Brian Cole, Chris Clark, Grant Newsome, Jon Runyan Jr., Kirkland, Tyree Kinnel and Andrew David.