Wolverines Offer Mack at Camp

Fort Wayne Bishop Luers sophomore four-star wide receiver Austin Mack talks about the Michigan offer he received at camp and his conversation with Brady Hoke.

Austin Mack was a top performer today in Michigan's annual Wolverine Technique School. After his group ran one-on-ones in Michigan Stadium, the rising junior wideout received good news from head coach Brady Hoke.

"It's an honor especially being able to go in the Big House and perform and get the offer from Coach Hoke," he said.

Mack, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound target was put on the spot a little by the Wolverine head man before receiving the offer.

"The first thing he said was pretty funny, he was like, '115,000 and you've got a corner in the end zone, are you going to catch the ball or are you going to choke?' and I said 'nah, I'm going to catch the ball, I'm a playmaker.'"

Mack now has eight offers. His last offer before Michigan was their rival Ohio State.

"I've got to say they're pretty even," he explained. "It's going to be a tough decision, but Michigan is going to be a big school for me. I really wanted this offer. Ohio State's a great place too. I'm just going to have to weigh the opportunity and see what's best for me."

An early four-star prospect, Mack says he will look to make a decision next summer.

"Maybe next year at the RAS Camp or if not then, it would be a little bit later."


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