So the Wheaton, Ill., standout pulled the trigger and committed in mid-February to the Wolverines.
"It just felt right," Bosch said. "I got a feeling in my gut and it seemed like the right time to commit and there was no reason to beat around the bush."
He continued, "It's just such a great place to be and its such a great coaching staff there is no reason to wait any longer."
So he didn't – and he has hit the ground running towards his future.
"I talk to the coaching staff a lot," Bosch said. "The day after I committed I got about 20 letters from everybody from trainers to the head coach."
Letters that were all reflecting the same excitement from the Michigan staff.
"They all wrote to me and said welcome to the family," Bosch said. "I have also been in contact with Coach Funk a lot since, so it's a great fit for me."
One of the biggest reasons why Bosch chose Michigan, is his future head coach – Coach Brady Hoke.
"I really like him because the type of enthusiasm that he has," Bosch said. "And the character he holds."
Bosch thinks that is part of the reason he is such a great recruiter.
"When he is in a room the entire room gravitates to him," Bosch said. "He could be a garbage man or he could be the University of Michigan head football coach, and I guarantee people would still gravitate towards him."
He continued, "When he walks in a room everyone is at attention and when he talks you can tell he has a lot of passion for the game and for Michigan football."
The passion keeps growing for Michigan football in Bosch and the rest of the Wolverines class of 2013.
"I am really excited," Bosch said. "I cant wait to get up there and start to work hard and progress on and off the field."