Michigan offered Calabasas (Calif.) sophomore cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles Thursday.

Michigan has extended a number of offers in California recently, the latest going to Calabasas (Calif.) sophomore cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles. Now the talented youngster's interest in the Maize & Blue is suffucuently piqued.

Calabasas (Calif.) sophomore cornerback Bookie Radley-Hiles has been a prospect rising on many recruiting boards in recent months including the University of Michigan's. The Wolverines showed just how much when they officially entered the mix with a scholarship offer on Thursday.

“I called early around 6:00 PST and I talked with Coach (Bam) Richards and Coach (Michael) Zordich,” Radley-Hiles told The Michigan Insider. “Not at all did I expect (the offer). It didn't hit me till later on that day. They said they loved my athleticism and physicality.”

The Golden State star recently transferred from Bishop Gorman to Calabasas High and subsequently saw his recruitment take off with several new offers. However, his latest offer from the Wolverines has really grabbed his attention.

“It's Michigan,” said Radley-Hiles. “It top of the line. Michigan is huge. It’s a terrific university. I look forward to learning more and more."

"(I plan to visit) in the summer.”

At this moment, Radley-Hiles has no favorites in his recruitment

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