Michigan has made its presence felt on the East Coast under Jim Harbaugh’s watch, collecting several commitments, while also getting the recruiting process started early with several others.
Two more top prospects on the Wolverines radar is Jersey City (NJ.) St. Peter’s Prep defensive end Jayson Ademilola and his brother, outside linebacker Justin Ademilola. Both will visit Ann Arbor on Aug. 2.
“I’m very high on Michigan and I’m excited for my visit coming up,” Jayson Ademilola told The Michigan Insider. “I am looking forward to the most meeting the staff. I like the way the program is improving there.”
Ademilola notices a trend of New Jersey talent heading off to become Wolverines, piquing his interest further in the program being built back up at Michigan.
“I think it’s great,” said Ademilola. “The pipeline is deep and New Jersey has a lot of talent and Michigan is gaining the talent right now.”
“I was very excited about my new offer,” said Ademilola. “This one meant a lot.”
As a talented and wanted combination between him and his brother, Justin, playing together at the next level will be in his mind throughout the recruiting process. However, if the situation isn’t right for both, then they will go their own paths. One thing that is for certain for the two of them is their excitement towards the upcoming Michigan visit.
“If it happens it happens, but still got a long way to go,” said Ademilola. “We haven’t talked about that yet. We are both excited for this (Michigan) visit though.”