Not to be outdone done by their main rivals, Michigan has also shown some increased interest in the Motor City standout when they stopped by his school last week for a visit.
"I was in school and they stopped by for a minute," Peoples-Jones said. "We didn't talk too much. But what they did say – I liked."
"I'm liking them," Peoples-Jones said on the Wolverines. "My interest has definitely accumulated over time. Every time I visit there they introduce with something else to like. They give me another reason to want to consider them more."
With consistent interest shown by the Michigan coaching staff, Peoples-Jones has taken notice, and if asked, he said he would "love" to camp in Ann Arbor this June.
"I would love too," Peoples-Jones said. "If Coach Crowell tells me to go, I would love to go camp at Michigan. I haven't really been up there for a camp or anything. I have just been or basketball games and spring practices."
What would he like to do differently on his next visit to campus?
"I know for fact I want to ask them questions about their previous history," Peoples-Jones said. "First priority, is I want to be able to get into their receiver meetings and see how they do everything around there. That's what I want the next time I visit."
In the meantime, Peoples-Jones says he is out to prove he is worth all the attention he is receiving as he heads into his sophomore season at Cass.
"I know a lot of people are going to come after me since I got this Ohio State offer," Peoples-Jones said. "So I am just going to have to back it up and prove that I am worthy of it. Each practice day I have to work hard and the whole team has to work hard, we're trying to get another state championship. I am just working hard right now focusing in on that goal."