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Doug Nussmeier visiting 2016 wide receiver Donnie Corley on Monday

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Michigan's offensive coordinator will be at Detroit King's practice Monday to scope out the four-star wideout.

Leon Halip

Michigan offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier will be visiting the practice of Detroit King HS on Monday to check out 2016 wide receiver Donnie Corley (Wyandotte, Michigan) among other prospects, according to King assistant coach Terel Patrick on Twitter.

Corley is a four-star prospect and the 43rd-ranked wide receiver in the class of 2016, according to 247 Sports' Composite ranking system. He is the 6th-ranked player in the state of Michigan.

The Wolverines have yet to extend a scholarship offer to Corley, but he has visited a few times and is becoming one of the more coveted prospects in the Midwest. He has received offers from Michigan State, Arizona State, Cincinnati, Illinois, Iowa and more with Michigan and Wisconsin keeping a close eye on him.

Corley was offered by MSU last month and right now they look like they could be the program to beat for his services. It's early, but all seven predictions on the 247 Crystal Ball have him headed to East Lansing before it is all said and done.

Be sure to follow Maize n Brew Recruiting Reporter Anthony Broome on Twitter, @anthonytbroome.