After three hours or so of 1-on-1 coaching from U-M defensive line coach Greg Mattison, Looney left Indy with a whole new perspective about Michigan.
"It felt like they were trying to help me and I have a chance to play at Michigan," he said. "At the same time it's going to help me out during my senior season. It's going to help me in the long run."
Looney is currently committed to Kentucky. That being said, if the Wolverines were to extend an offer his way, it would be the first of its kind on his list, he says.
"It would be my first Big Ten offer," he said. "So it would be pretty big."
The camp also gave Looney a chance to meet Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh for the first time.
"This is the first time I met Jim Harbaugh," he said. "I would like to visit and checkout Ann Arbor and see how they run their team up there. And ultimately see them win games."
Adding: "I don't know [Harbaugh]. I like him. He's energetic, exciting and a fun coach. He's going to win at Michigan."