Waxahachie (Tex.) junior wide receiver Kenedy Snell has been flying under the radar with his recruitment. However, that all changed on Wednesday for the Lone Star State speedster when he received big news after talking with Michigan passing game coordinator/wide receivers coach Jedd Fisch that the Wolverines have extended an offer.
“I was extremely shocked at first because I haven't really been talking to (Michigan) and then they called and I didn't even know what to say to Coach Fisch,” Snell told The Michigan Insider. “He just told me that they loved my film and they were having a camp and he would love for to come, then he told me the good news.”
The Wolverine offer left him so speechless, Snell joked he even forgot Jim Harbaugh’s name.
“(Coach Fisch) asked me if I knew their head coach and I said yes because I did, then when he said who is he, I had forgot, so I was pretty much speechless and really excited about it,” said Snell. “I forgot his name, so only thing I could say was San Francisco (laughter).”
After picking up an offer from the Wolverines, the 5-8, 170-pound elusive play maker now has Michigan at the top of his leader board with plans to get up to Ann Arbor in the future as well.
“It's definitely at the top of the list and want to take a visit and see more of the campus first,” said Snell. “As of right now they are (my leader) and I don't know much about the school, but I know the head coach and what he's capable of, so just him alone gives it a huge boost.”