Zach Sheffer, a 2018 tight end, has told Maize n Brew that he is "very interested" in the Michigan Wolverines but does not have any leaders at this point.
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"It's too early to say right now," Sheffer said. "I want to get to know the coaches and have an opportunity to visit the campus and get a better feel for the different programs."
The 6-foot-3, 230-pound tight end from Vedra Beach, Florida will attend a Michigan satellite camp next week. He wants to visit the program this summer.
Sheffer said, "I would like to visit this summer, but I don't have any definitive plans. I will participate in the satellite camp next week and hopefully, I can talk to some of the coaches there and figure something out."
The 2018 graduate is a true hybrid tight end that can inline or flex out, which would make him an every down tight end.
"I enjoy blocking as much as I enjoy catching the ball," Sheffer said. "I'm going to spend a lot of time this summer continuing to work on my footwork, hand placement, and route running. I want to improve in all aspects."
Sheffer said, "I plan on committing to a team by next summer."
Sheffer has offers from Michigan, Tennessee, Auburn, Boston College, Charlotte, Duke, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, Louisiana-Lafayette, Minnesota, Rutgers, South Alabama, South Carolina, Southern Miss, Syracuse, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest.
"It would be an honor to play for a great coach like him," Sheffer said regarding the chance to play for Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh. "He had a lot of success in the NFL but my number one goal is to get a college degree and be a great college football player.