Corley 'Enjoyed' Michigan Spring Game Visit

Detroit (Mich.) King four-star 2016 WR Donnie Corley talks Michigan visit, where the Wolverines stand now and more.

Detroit (Mich.) King four-star 2016 WR Donnie Corley mad his way to Michigan on Saturday to checkout the Wolverines for their first spring game under coach Jim Harbaugh.

After watching the Blue narrowly defeat Maize, 7-0, Corley admits he still walks away impressed with what he saw.

"I enjoyed myself and was able to see them air it out," Corley said. "I can literally see myself in that offense because it gives you a lot of opportunities to make plays."

When asked if sees opportunities to play early at Michigan or if it will be deciding factor in his decision? Corley replied: "Yes I have seen opportunities to play early [there]. And [playing early] will play a role in my decision."

At the moment, Corley says he doesn't have a leader in his recruitment. However, he did say he was "high" on the Wolverines.

"I see them on the rise and like their overall atmosphere," Corley said.

Michigan is one of his top offers, which also include Michigan State, Ohio State, Notre Dame and Tennessee among others.

With Michigan's recent commitment from David Reese and them zeroing in on Desmond Fitzpatrick, Corley admits the idea of playing with his two in-state friends is intriguing.

"I never really thought about it," Corley admitted. "I could be nice though."

In the meantime, Corley says his plan is to continue to learn more about what Michigan has to offer.

"I want to learn more about their academic side of things," Corley said.

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