"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."