Quansah Hearing from Michigan

West Hartford (Conn.) Kingswood Oxford junior OLB Koby Quansah talks Michigan interest, a potential visit to campus, his other schools of interest and more.

West Hartford (Conn.) Kingswood Oxford junior OLB Koby Quansah already holds notable offers from nearby Boston College, Duke and Maryland.

However, the interest level doesn’t stop there. The Michigan coaching staff has taken notice of his talent as well. -- could an U-M offer be on the horizon for the three-star talent?

“They told me I am high on their radar,” Quansah said. “They told me an offer is possibly coming.”

While the offer hasn’t been made, Quansah says a possible visit to Michigan’s campus is in the works for this Tuesday.

“Coach [Chris] Partridge told me he wanted me to come up [this Tuesday] for a spring practice,” said the 6-foot, 200-pounder. “I’m not too certain if I can get a ride. I’m just looking into it.

“I want to see a little about the school. That’s what I look for during my visit. I don’t need to see the football facilities parts, everybody has the same thing. You can still get the job done, no matter what. I just want to see the school campus and see if I could live there. I want to see how the community is. I want to see how the coaches plan on turning the program around.”

Also during his potential visit, Quansah wants an opportunity to talk with Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh.

“I just want to talk have a good talk with Coach Harbaugh,” Quansah said. “Hopefully it’s pretty positive with a quick offer. If not, just try to evaluate me more to see how that goes. But just positive feedback from him.”

And if the Wolverines were to offer? “They would be pretty high on my list if they do. I am always having my fingers crossed and hoping for the best.”

So far, Quansah has been on campus visits to UConn, Boston College and Rutgers. He has upcoming visits to Duke, North Carolina and Maryland in the near future.

Quansah says he would like to make his commitment after he takes all of his official visits during his senior season.

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