"I think I bring a lot of energy," Frank said. "Which some people don't know that about me. I have a pretty strong arm and I am pretty accurate, too."
The Michigan coaching staff has taken notice of Frank's abilities, as well, and have stopped by his school to extend an invite to their football camp this June.
"Michigan has just said come to camp," Frank said on his contact with the U-M coaching staff. "But they said they like my film. They said they like talking to me. I'll probably go camp a couple days before (7v7 national championships)."
And when Frank arrives to the camp, he says he will be playing with something to prove to the Michigan coaching staff.
"I'm going to try to prove that I am different then everyone else," Frank said. "You got all these kids my age getting offers right now. I'm still not getting as many as everyone else. I'm going to try to prove that I can be that kid."
Even without an offer from the Wolverines, Frank admits U-M is high on his wish list of schools.
"They are definitely up there," Frank said on his Michigan interest. "My grandpa went to every single game. So, I mean, they are one of my favorite schools."