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.