Emil Ekiyor, a 2018 four-star offensive guard, went to the Sound Mind Sound Body football camp at Wayne State in Detroit, Michigan on Friday and walked away with the reassurance that Michigan will be in his Top 3.
When asked if Michigan will automatically make his Top 3, Ekiyor told Maize n Brew, "Yes."
2018 4⭐️ OL Emil Ekiyor has told @MaizenBrew that Michigan is an automatic lock to make his Top 3.— Evan Petzold (@EvanPetzold) June 11, 2016
After attending the Elite Sports Camp at Bishop Chatard High School in the early stages of June, Ekiyor told Maize n Brew that he was invited to visit Michigan this fall.
"It went great," Ekiyor said regarding the Sound Mind Sound Body camp at Wayne State on Friday where the offensive guard put in some work as a center.
Something slight from today pic.twitter.com/ZKkV8953gp— Emil Ekiyor Jr. (@bigE__18) June 10, 2016
As a four-star, he has received offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Auburn, California, Cincinnati, Duke, Florida State, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Maryland, Missouri, N.C. State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Syracuse, Texas A&M, Toledo, USF, and Vanderbilt. Ekiyor was recruited to Michigan by Tyrone Wheatley.
The 6-foot-2, 350-pound lineman is ranked 124th in the Class of 2018, according to 247Sports. He is the fourth-best offensive guard and the top player from the state of Indiana in that graduating class.
"I would be very honored to play for coach Harbaugh because of what he has done as a coach and him being such a cool guy," Ekiyor said.