Florence (Ala.) Safety J’Marick Woods Raves About His Michigan Visit

Michigan had talent from all over the nation in town last weekend, including a return visitor in Florence (Ala.) safety J’Marick Woods. The 2017 standout vhad a good first visit to Ann Arbor during the summer, but this time he came away even more impressed.

One of the top junior prospects on the Michigan's 2017 board is Florence (Ala.) safety J'Marick Woods. The talented youngster received an offer back last spring and visited Ann Arbor during the summer, but took in his first game day experience at the Big House last Saturday. It was a memorable one.

“It was good and really enjoyed everything,” Woods told The Michigan Insider. “The outcome was jaw-dropping though. The stadium atmosphere was electric and the defense was something to watch too.”

The 6-4, 196-pounder already holds a few other offers in Kentucky, Florida and Duke, but has formed a strong bond with the the Wolverine coaching staff. He was able to further that relationship during the visit.

“They were talking to me about how’d I enjoyed it up there and how the atmosphere was going to be electric,” said Woods. “I talked to Coach Wheatley, Coach Partridge and Coach Harbaugh. They were really cool with me when they approached me and like them.”

Despite, the heartbreaking loss the Maize and Blue suffered, that didn’t damper Woods visit as the electric atmosphere all game shined the most to him.

“The game,” said Woods of his favorite part about his Michigan visit. “The game was amazing, but the outcome wasn’t expected. This trip definitely affected my interest in Michigan in a positive way.

With many months before Signing Day rolls around for the 2017 class Woods is no rush on making a decision. That said, he does plan to refine his list of suitors soon.

Right now, I don’t have a top list, but I plan on making one after the season,” said Woods. “It’s a high probability (Michigan makes it).

With an in-season trip to Michigan out of the way Woods hopes now to take in games at Kentucky and Florida.

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