"It was just a very wild moment," Buford said. "Because it was the first time I ever experienced night game at the Big House. So it was a nice experience."
During his visit, Buford said he had a chance to talk with the Michigan coaching staff. While the conversation wasn't long – the talk was positive.
"I got to talk with Coach Singletary before the game," Buford said. "But it really wasn't much, just a little bit of small talk. He was just asking me how my season was going and things. He was telling me he was watching me."
At 6-foot, 176-pounds, a Michigan offer could be in the cards for Buford, but it's definitely not a certainty. However, if he's going to get one, he said he'll have to earn it.
"If I perform like I think I should and I can – hopefully I get an offer in the future," Buford said. "As far as Michigan going there, that's always been a dream school. But sometimes it's a lot of politics in that and you have to see how you would line up on the depth chart and all that."
"I'm hearing from Indiana a whole lot – almost like every day," Buford said. "I recently just talked to the Vanderbilt defensive backs coach on Saturday and hopefully I'll have a visit soon up there."
Buford noted that possible visits to WMU and Indiana are planned this season.
In the meantime, Buford said he's focused on having a successful junior campaign.
"Well, just working harder every day in practice. Just working on everything I'm weak in. Just trying to get better each and every day."