On Sunday, the talented two way lineman put his talents in full display, making it to the best-of-the best 1-on-1s this year at the Nike Regional Opening held just outside of Chicago.
Recruiting wise, however, the four-star lineman doesn't have any leaders in his clubhouse. Although, he did have some positive things to says about Michigan -- in particular -- offensive line coach Tim Drevno on Sunday.
"My impression is he is a good guy," he said of Drevno. "He's a real coach. From the beginning they wasn't where they need to be. Like other coaches will tell you they have good potential. He told me the real [story]. He told me they got a lot of work to do."
That being said, could he see himself playing for a coach like Drevno?
"Yes I can," said Onwenu.
Later adding, "Right now, [Michigan] have shown me everything that I would like. They have shown that consistent everyday when we talk. [Coach Jim] Harbaugh is always keeping in contact. So they are doing the right things.
"I think he's going to give Michigan a big push," he said of Harbaugh. "He's going to make Michigan what they were in the past."
As far as when he'll announce his final decision, Onwenu says he has an idea in mind.
"I recently got recommended for the U.S. Army All-American game, so if I do get the real invite," he said. "Then I'll commit there."