Kary Vincent Jr. Still A Top Priority For Michigan

One of Texas’ top defensive backs in Port Arthur (Tex.) Memorial junior cornerback Kary Vincent Jr. talks about Wolverine linebackers coach Chris Partridge coming by to see him, his relationship with him and more

During this evaluation period, Michigan has been aggressively active in several recruiting hotbeds including the state of Texas. One prospect that is high up on the Wolverines’ recruiting hot board is Port Arthur (Tex.) Memorial junior cornerback Kary Vincent Jr, who recently saw linebackers coach Chris Partridge stop by to check up on him.

“Coach Partridge came by yesterday,” Vincent told The Michigan Insider. “It meant a lot.”

The 5-11, 170-pound four-star corner has built a strong relationship with Coach Partridge and still maintains a solid interest in the Maize and Blue.

“We speak often and he’s a great guy,” said Vincent. “He talks to me about how much success we would have if I come to Michigan, the great program they have and the direction they’re going.”

“I’m very interested. I like their fanbase, staff and direction program is going.”

Vincent plans to visit Michigan in the summer

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