Canadian 2017 standout Joshua Palmer is a little known wide out with big time potential.
And top schools are starting to take notice.
In fact, Michigan surprised the rising junior when they called his father last month with the news that he had an offer from the Wolverines.
"I was shocked," Palmer recalled, when he first heard the news that Michigan had offered. "[My dad] called me, and the way he was speaking was like it was bad news. And then he told me I got my first official offer. I was just excited. I was happy."
With the Wolverines offering, Palmer countered with a visit to Michigan during U-M's QB camp held on June 20. And after spending all day on campus, he walked away impress with what Michigan had to offer.
"That was my first time at Michigan," Palmer said, of his visit earlier this month. "It wasn't an official visit. But when I came down they took for a tour of the school and the sports management program. I got to talk to some of the wide receivers. They were just telling me their experience and what to work on. It was good overall."
"It's one of my top schools right now. I have a couple different offers from different schools. But right now I am feeling Michigan the most."
In the meantime, the Brampton, Ont. native is taking his talents to Florida to suit up for a known powerhouse.
"I know it's going to be a lot different," he said. "I will be going to St. Thomas Aquinas. It's going to be more aggressive than down here. But when I go down there I just want to be the best I can be."