"We came out, we let them knock us down a little bit in the first half," Kiehn told GoBlueWolverine.com. "As we went on and talked about it, we didn't play Gilman football in the first half. But coach said, ‘Don't give up.' And we never gave up. So he said just come out and played the Gilman football he know we can do. So second half we just came and put everything aside, that they are the No. 1 team in Ohio. We just came out and played Gilman football as you can see. We did pretty much shut them down, giving them seven points in the second half."
As far as his own performance," I played okay," said Keihn, who is a pass rusher with 4.5 forty speed. "I am not happy with it. I can definitely play better. And I will be willing to do that this week. I think I played okay, but other than that, I think I can be really, really better."
At 6-foot-3, 222-5-pounds, it is easy to see why college teams are lining up for Keihn's services. He said notable teams that have offered him are Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Miami.
While he doesn't have an offer from Michigan, Keihn said he is familiar with the Wolverines. After all, he lives with current 2013 Michigan commit Henry Poggi. he said Poggi says nothing but good things about the Maize & Blue.
"He said the school is really nice, and the faculty, the facility is really nice—everybody, the players are really nice people out there. And he loved the area," Kiehn said. "So I think knowing that, I think that is a really good thing learning from Henry. Cause I live with him, that's a good thing."
If Michigan were to offer Keihn. How far would that go?
"It would go a long way. Cause as you can see, Henry Poggi—I live with him. He is my big brother. I listen to him most of the time. He helps me out on the field. I know playing with Henry would be a good thing for me, cause he can also help me keep my head straight on the field. And I can learn a lot from him. It (an offer) would go really far," Keihn said.
Keihn said he didn't know if he would camp at Michigan in the future. However, He said a possible visit could happen down the road with Poggi.
"Maybe I might go down to game with him," Keihn said on possible visit. "When he is going down I might do that with him, with coach, but I am really not sure yet. But most likely it's looking so."
As far as the deciding factors into his final decision, Keihn made it clear what his top priority is.
"Most definitely education," Keihn exclaimed. "That is the number one thing on my mind. And that will always be the number one thing on my mind. Then, second, it will be football stuff. First it is how the education is, and second is how the football faculty is. When I say that, I mean how the coaches are—how they treat their players and how the players get a long and all that."
With still two years of football ahead of him, Keihn said he would like to make college decision by the end of his junior season.
"Mostly probably at the end of this year, but I am not sure yet. It can happen at any time, as long as I see the right place at any time. I'll be ready to commit."
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