As they look to get more big bodies in the 2022 class, the defensive coaching staff for the Michigan Wolverines has offered a couple new targets along the interior of the defensive line over the last few weeks. And one of the most recently-offered prospects has already set up his official visit to Michigan for a game day this fall.
Robby Harrison (6-foot-3, 285) confirmed with Maize n Brew he is set to visit Ann Arbor on Sept. 18 when the Wolverines take on Northern Illinois at the Big House. This news was first reported by The Michigan Insider’s Brice Marich.
Harrison hails from Greenwood, South Carolina and plays football at Emerald High School. He holds other Power Five offers from Georgia, Arizona State, Cincinnati, Indiana, Kansas State and Minnesota.
Up to this point, Michigan is the only visit he has planned for this fall, but he does plan on picking three more schools for an official visit soon.
“Really just getting to see everything, meeting everyone and just get the feeling if that is where I wanna be for the next four years, and just getting that home feeling,” Harrison said of what he most looks forward to when visiting U-M.
He received his Michigan offer back on July 1 from defensive line coach Shaun Nua. Since then, Harrison has remained in touch with Nua, and is excited to meet him in person.
“I feel the day I met him over the phone. and as we text, it’s a real strong relationship being built with us, and I think he’s a very great guy and coach,” Harrison said. “I feel he’s very straightforward and he’s going to get you where you want to be and apply yourself. (I) feel he’s a very awesome person.”
When it comes to factors in his decision, Harrison said, “just how my family likes it, how it is when I visit,” and how the depth chart looks in terms of how many guys would be there by the time he gets to college.
Harrison is hoping to have a commitment made by the middle of his senior season.
Along with Harrison, the Wolverines also recently-offered three-star interior defensive lineman Isaiah Hastings, who is set to visit Michigan July 31 for the BBQ at the Big House. They are also still in hot pursuit of five-star Walter Nolen, in-state three-star Deone Walker and Kenneth Grant.
Harrison is an unranked prospect as of now on 247Sports’ composite, but 247Sports itself has him ranked as a three-star. You can check out some of Harrison’s junior season highlights below.