Easley Scheduling Visits

When the Scout.com Top 300 was introduced on Tuesday, Dominique Easley made the cut, getting a three-star ranking and being named the No. 31 defensive end in the nation. Right now he has seven offers to choose from and just started hearing from Michigan this week.

Curtis High School defensive end Dominique Easley has offers from all over the country and now the Michigan Wolverines are taking interest in the 6-foot-3, 253-pound pass rusher from Staten Island. He is also in the process of planning other visits as he let on to Scout.com.

"I talked to a coach from Michigan on Monday and they told me that they really like my film and want me to come visit in the spring," Easley said. "I know they're they've won more games than any other program in NCAA history and have a great tradition, but I don't follow football like that, so I don't know specifics."

"I'm also going to Florida in the beginning of April and my coach will be talking to Notre Dame about a visit this week," Easley explained. "This weekend myself and two of my coaches are heading up to Penn State to check things out."

As a junior, Easley made 51 tackles, sacked the quarterback 10 times, had an interception and ran both fumbles he recovered back for touchdowns.

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