With the graduation of super athlete Jourdan Lewis, who took his talents to Ann Arbor, Cass will look to 2016 wide out Demetric Vance to step in the shoes of Lewis and be one of the new go to wide receivers on the edge.
"Well, I have dedicated myself to football," said Vance, who contributed as freshman last season. "I have competed every day in practice and worked hard. I have tried to be the best on the field.
"I can see that I competitive and I work real hard on the field. I got a lot of stuff to work on."
At 6-foot-2, 180-pounds, Vance currently has no offers on the moment, but is hearing interest from Michigan and Cincinnati. What exactly is he hearing from the Wolverines coaching staff?
"I'm not hearing too much interest right now," Vance said. "I think it will happen further in the season. I talk to one of the coaches sometimes. I really do like Michigan. Cause I am from Detroit and they are the home city (team.)"
As far what he is looking for when he starts going on his campus visits, Vance said it will be all about the coaching.
"I am going to be looking at the coaches and how they act towards the players," Vance said. "I want to see how the practices are run and the atmosphere."