Michigan's most recent satellite camp in Georgia Thursday brought out some top talent the state has to offer, particularly in 2017.
One of the standout names is four-star Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove four-star cornerback Tre Shaw.
"It was pretty fun," Shaw told The Michigan Insider. "It was a lot of competition, really competitive. I really enjoyed the obstacle course. We didn't get to do too many 1-on-1's but everything turned out good."
Although Shaw's high school coach didn't want him participating in everything the camp provided, the 6-foot-0, 180-pound defensive stopper was out there for several drills with Michigan's coaching staff.
Keeping in contact, mostly via text message, with Michigan defensive backs coach Brian Smith, Shaw says Michigan is still being considered for a possible visit.
"Yes, they are," Shaw said matter-of-factly.
The problem for the Wolverines is Shaw plans to announce his top five "coming soon," adding it'll "probably (be) later on this summer."
The feather in Michigan's cap in this recruitment is an incoming freshman linebacker that just so happens to be a former teammate of Shaw.
"I got Elysee Mbem-Bosse up there and he's been talking to me and wants me up there," Shaw said. "We're going to see. If I take a visit up there and I like it, they may enter my top five. It all depends."
"He's just telling us what he likes about it and that we would fit the scheme too," added Shaw.
Already with one commitment from the state of Georgia in the 2017 class in running back Kurt Taylor, Shaw says he and several players have been in contact.
As far as what Shaw is looking for, it's a pretty extensive list.
"Great program, an up and coming program, a great coaching staff, playing time," he said. "Having something to do on campus. I got to enjoy my college experience."
Shaw says distance from home isn't a factor but adds "I don't want to go too far."
Video interview by Sam Webb.