Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum's Josh Falo is one of the top tight ends on Michigan's 2017 board.

Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh traveled through California on Monday and one of his stops was to see Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum junior tight end Josh Falo.

In unsurprising news, the state of California has once again been made a priority in the 2017 class. Especially during this evaluation period. Wolverine tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh stopped by to see some of the best the Golden State has to offer. One of those highly touted prospects was Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum junior tight end Josh Falo, who was shocked, but pleased to see him stop by.

“Jay Harbaugh came to see my today,” Falo told The Michigan Insider. “It was unexpected and I’m glad that he came to see me. It really mean a lot to me.”

For a while, communication between the Wolverines and Falo had been held to a minimum. Despite that, he’s still considering the Maize and Blue and the possibility of even visiting.

“Yes, I’m still interested,” said Falo. “I like the way they use their tight ends and it’s just a great school overall. I’m still thinking about (visiting). Don’t know when yet, but it’s going to be a process for me.”

Scout’s overall No. 237 rated prospect maintains interest in Michigan. Especially when looking at their tight end usage in the offense and possibly being the missing piece to that unit.

“Yes, (I think I fit into their offense),” said Falo. “I mean they have big tight ends with great blocking skills and great hands, but the one thing they’re missing is a big body frame type of dude that can run like a skill player, but look like a tight end. I feel like I can (be that guy).”

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