Chippewas Insider has learned that Central Michigan University is hosting five recruits on campus this weekend.
The visitors include quarterback Coley White of Daphne (Ala.) High School. White, 6-foot-1, 170 pounds, is the younger brother of West Virginia All-American quarterback Pat White. Coley reports offers from WVU and Georgia Tech in addition to the Chippewas.
Also visiting this weekend is standout defensive end Jamal Collins (6-3, 225) of Miami (Fla.) Northwestern High School. Collins committed to CMU in July. This season he helped lead Northwestern to the Florida Class 6A (big school) state title and a mythical national championship.
Three Michigan prospects complete the list of visitors to CMU this weekend. Those three are two-way lineman Matt Kanitz (6-6, 250) of Cadillac High School, long snapper Brian Bennyhoff (6-0, 225) of Saline High School, and linebacker Jake Bentley (6-1, 200) of Grandville High School. Bentley is the son of CMU Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Bentley, who played in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills.
Alabama Quarterback Visiting CMU
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