Ginn on his Michigan Camp Experience

Ted Ginn tells GBW about his recent trip to Ann Arbor.

After a whirlwind track season where he won the national championship in the 110m hurdles (with a time of 13.62) and helped set a national record in 800-meter sprint medley, Ted Ginn Jr. (6-0, 165 lbs., 4.38 in the 40) has focused his attention on summer camps. In the past two weeks he's participated in technique sessions at both Ohio State and Michigan. Ted fills GBW in on how his Ann Arbor visit went."

How was camp for you?

"It was great. I liked it a lot. I injured my leg a little up there, but other than that everything was cool."

"I had talked to Coach English over the phone before, but camp was the first time I was able to meet him in person. He made a very good impression. He's a good coach and a good man. He really taught me a lot about my technique."

What other coaches did you talk to?

"Basically all of them. I talked to Scott (Loeffler) because he's recruiting me. I also met with Coach Carr. That went pretty well."

"I got a chance to talk to Pierre Woods too."

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Do you have a leader right now?

"No, I'm completely open."

What are going to be the most important factors in your decision?

"Track is going to play a big roll in it. It's not really necessary for the college I pick to be a big time track school. I just want to be able to run track at the school I go to. So far, the schools I'm talking to don't have a problem with that."

Did you get a chance to speak with Michigan's track coach while you were up here?


Is your plan still to take all five visits?


Have you already decided which schools you're going to visit?

"Right now I know I'll visit Ohio State and Michigan. Outside of those two, I haven't decided yet."

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