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Michigan Keeps Looking Better To Hutchinson

Wolverine legacy, Dearborn (Mich.) Divine Child 2018 defensive end Aidan Hutchinson returned back to Ann Arbor recently for a visit and came away feeling more interested in the Maize and Blue

A player to watch in next years class is Dearborn (Mich.) Divine Child 2018 defensive end Aidan Hutchinson. The Michigan legacy, the son of Chris Hutchinson, has visited Ann Arbor numerous times, traveled back up once again last week.

He talked about his recent trip and getting the opportunity to chat with the coaching staff.

“Michigan (visit) went very good,” Hutchinson told The Michigan Insider. “I didn't go there for long because I went there after school, but I watched practice for a while and then looked around the facility. I talked to (Head) Coach (Jim) Harbaugh and (Defensive Line) Coach (Greg) Mattison for a little bit also. It was a very cool experience talking to them. They told me that they are highly interested and if my junior year goes the way they think it will go, there will be many offers coming my way.”

The 6-5, 232-pound rising defensive end has established a good knowledge of the Wolverines over time, but left with a much stronger interest after seeing the direction they’re headed.

“Michigan just keeps on looking better and better any time I go there,” said Hutchinson. “I am very interested to see what they do with the program in these next couple years.”

With no offers quite yet, Hutchinson has received plenty of early interest especially from a few programs.

“I don't have any offers, but Eastern Michigan, Purdue, Michigan, and Syracuse have showed the most interest,” said Hutchinson.

Hutchinson plans on visiting  Eastern Michigan, Boston College, Purdue, Indiana, and Michigan for their spring game

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