Peoples-Jones: U-M Visit Was 'Pretty Good'

Four-star 2017 WR Donovan Peoples-Jones discusses his spring game visit to Michigan. Read More inside.

Four-star 2017 wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones made his way to Michigan's annual spring today to check out the Wolverines for the first time in action since receiving his offer earlier this year.

"It went pretty good," People-Jones said. "We got there late for the spring game. So we didn't get to see all of it. But I did get to talk with the coaches."

How did that conversation go with the coaches? Well, Peoples-Jones says he already can tell the effort that coach Jim Harbaugh is putting back into the program.

"I'm just as enthusiastic as they are," Peoples-Jones said. "I would love to see Michigan be back on top where it used to be. These past years they haven't been where they should've been. I know Coach Harbaugh is working hard to turn that program around and I'm excited to see him do it."

Not known for giving a top list of schools, Peoples-Jones did admit the Wolverines are a school he is considering heavily.

"I don't have a top, but they are definitely up there with all the others," Peoples-Jones said. "I mean, they are going to stand out to the end just because they're big instate school and have a hug influence on everything around Cass Tech. The pipeline, the history, they're going to have a place based off of that."

And if he does choose Michigan, he'll have a academic plan already worked out before he comes to school.

"Me and Coach Partridge are trying to put together a plan simulating my work if I were to come to Michigan," Peoples-Jones said. "And take a look at all the aspects outside of football. ... Just getting familiar with the school outside of football."

Upcoming, Peoples-Jones says he will visit Michigan State this Tuesday and Ohio State next weekend.

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