2017 ATH C.J. Cotman 'leaning on' Michigan

2017 athlete C.J. Cotman discusses his Michigan interest during the Army All-American game combine.

SAN ANTONIO, Tx. -- Michigan is the latest school to offer 2017 four-star athlete C.J. Cotman (Clearwater, Fla.) who is a rising junior that has seen his recruitment take off in the last few weeks.

Attending the Army All-American Game combine over the weekend, Cotman updated his recruitment and interest in the Wolverines.

"Well the school that I’m really leaning on is Michigan," Cotman told The Michigan Insider. "I like the coach Jim Harbaugh.  I love that coach, I just got the offer a day ago. Coach Partridge the recruiting coordinator, he told me that Jim Harbaugh wanted to make sure I had a full ride."

Oregon, Ohio State and Florida State, among others, have already offered Cotman, the . As far as visit plans to these offered schools go, Cotman doesn't have any set up as right now but those plans will change as the process continues.

As far as what the 5-foot-10, 172-pound receiver has to offer, he says whatever school he ends up choosing will be getting an elusive player.

"I’m very fast and elusive," Cotman said. "I run past people, that’s what everybody like about me is my speed.  I’m able  to get in and out of sticky situations."


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