Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco junior wide receiver Terrell Bynum updates his recruitment with Michigan and more.

Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco junior wide receiver Terrell Bynum updates his recruitment with Michigan and more.

Michigan has been ramping up its effort in recruiting Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco junior wide receiver Terrell Bynum.

In fact, U-M wide receiver coach Jedd Fisch has been reaching out individual to the four-star talent lately. 

“I talk to the wide receiver coach,” Bynum said. “He likes me a lot. (Michigan) seems likes cool people and are laid back.”

With the Wolverines making it clear that want him in their 2017 class, Bynum says a possible visit to U-M is up is “very” possible and would have to discuss it further with his family for consideration.

“I’ve never been to Michigan,” Bynum said. “But from what I’ve herd it is a great place. Much different from California, but that’s not a bad thing. I would like to go and check it out.”

While Bynum admits he doesn’t have a leader at the moment in his recruitment, his offer from the Wolverines is also held in high regard.

“I don’t have list,” Bynum said. “But if I did they would be one of my tops schools. A great school with an amazing program.”

What is he looking for exactly in a program exactly?

“Best vibe and a place that will set me up to be a great man outside of football,” Bynum said. Bynum doesn’t have a decision timeline at the moment. 


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