Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard is a popular hangout for coaches seeking out talent throughout South Florida, and the class of 2018 won't be any different with Stanley Garner and others already possessing a boatload of Division I offers.
Garner, a 6-foot-1.5, 170-pound cornerback that's already earned intriguing scholarship offers from Clemson, Miami (Fl), South Carolina, Auburn and Tennessee among others, had his prayers answered yet again on Tuesday when the Michigan Wolverines presented an offer of their own.
"Wayne Lyons, a Dillard alum, played at Michigan for his grad year, so I know they love Florida talent," Garner said when asked about his interest in the Wolverines. "I really was shocked to be honest, because I didn't know that they were interested in me.
"When coach Davis called me to let me know they offered me, my mom was really proud because she knows a few people that went there. I'm looking forward to really getting to know more about them and take a visit."
Garner has yet to take that next step by chopping it up with Jim Harbaugh's coaching staff, but is intrigued by the family-like culture and brotherhood he's installed since returning to Ann Arbor.
"He's a great coach," Garner said of Harbaugh. "He has his players' back 100 percent."
"No, I have no top (school) as of right now," Garner said. "I really just want to keep everybody guessing, that's all."
Garner has no visits planned at this time.
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