The camp, which featured dodgeball, soccer and players taking grounders, was unique compared to your normal football camp, Lytle says. However, he still gave his overall camp stay positive reviews after his visit.
"It was definitely one of the more unique camps I've been to," Lytle said. "But I liked it a lot. You can tell Coach Harbaugh is looking for the complete athlete as well as a good quarterback. Which I thought was pretty cool. That's what was unique compared to the other camps."
During the camp, Lytle says he also got a chance to talk with Harbaugh and Fisch a little but more, and so far their relationship is trending the right direction.
"I got to talk to Coach Harbaugh briefly and Coach Fisch a little bit more," he said. "Both are great guys. It would be a lot of fun to be coached by them. We definitely got along pretty great.
"I talked to [Coach Fisch] after the camp to shake hands and say thank you. He gave me some information. He told me he would be in touch. He loved the way I threw the ball around. he loved the way I moved around. He likes the way I played. He told he would definitely in touch soon."
"It would be huge, especially from a program like Michigan," he said. "A place with that much tradition. Just as a program, that would be an honor."
"If I head out there again, I would like to see more of the campus," he said of Michigan. "I had to catch a flight right after the camp. But I definitely want to come back to see the campus.
Already, Lytle has been on campus visits to BYU, Washington, Washington State, Michigan State, Miami (Fla.) and Alabama. However, he says he no longer taking visits with summer ball starting up next month.