As we reported Wednesday, 2019 in-state wide receiver Tre Mosley and linebacker Lance Dixon were set to visit the University of Michigan on Thursday, Feb. 15. Everything went as planned for them, and yesterday’s visit was one that Mosley found to be positive.
“It was cool; I enjoyed it,” Mosley said. “(Lance and I) talked to a few coaches, watched workouts, seen the academic stuff (and more).”
The West Bloomfield High School players met several Michigan assistant coaches during their visit, including defensive coordinator Don Brown, running backs coach Jay Harbaugh, linebackers/special teams coach Al Washington and graduate assistant coach Roy Roundtree.
A few conversations the coaches had that stuck with Mosley include talking about the new weight room and training room, and “how high (Michigan’s) academics rank.” Mosley added he is planning on studying business at the college he attends, and the Ross School of Business at U-M is one of the nation’s best business schools so that may play a factor in Mosley’s recruitment.
Mosley isn’t ready to rank his schools, but says he will be ready to do so after visiting a few more schools. He plans to visit Cincinnati this upcoming Sunday (Feb. 18) and wants to visit Notre Dame, Ohio State, Minnesota, Iowa State and Boston College eventually.
Mosley and Dixon have plans to visit Michigan again during the first week of March, along with WBHS teammates 2020 safety Makari Paige and 2020 linebacker Cornell Wheeler, and WBHS’s head coach Ron Bellamy, who was a wide receiver at U-M from 1999-2002.