Despite the offer, he traveled up to Ann Arbor for the Aerial Assault camp Saturday and was looking to prove he has what it takes to compete with the best competition, also taking away tutelage from the long list of former NFL and Michigan quarterbacks in attendance.
“I thought the camp was really fun,” Coan told The Michigan Insider. “It was very different from a lot of other quarterback camps I’ve been to. I learned how to do different types of drops and different ways my footwork can be.”
Coan featured his skill-set at the camp in the top group and delivered some excellent passes on the day, but also seemed to have gotten stronger and improved as the day went on.
The day before the camp the talented 6-2, 190-pound New York signal caller also had the opportunity to tour the university and chat with some of the Wolverines’ coaching staff.
“I really enjoyed the visit,” Coan said. “We toured the school, talked with some academic people, career preparation workers and talked with coaches. I talked to Coach Harbaugh, Coach Fisch and Coach Partridge. They mainly talked about Michigan to me and what the school has to offer.
“I really liked the campus and the coaching staff. I am very interested in Michigan. I thought it had a really nice campus and great coaching staff.”