The Sound Mind Sound Body camp in Detroit was loaded again this year with talent from all over. Prospects got the opportunity to shine in front of the many college coaches present and did just that including Fishers (Ind.) Hamilton Southeastern sophomore defensive end Madison Norris. The Hoosier State standout recaps his camp experience and the knowledge he left with.
“It was actually pretty good,” Norris told The Michigan Insider. “The seminar was kind of boring, but it actually taught me a lot of new things. I learned to have always 120 percent on everything you do no matter if it is football, school or anything you do.”
Norris was also at Michigan’s satellite camp down at Indianapolis (Ind.) Bishop Chatard High School, where he felt he definitely impressed the Wolverine coaching staff after his dominating performance.
“It was actually pretty easy because I ran faster than everyone else and one on ones was child’s play.”
The 6-foot-5, 190-pound Norris currently sits with one offer from Central Michigan so far in his recruitment, but is hearing from a number of others. One school he hopes to hear from is the Wolverines because of their passionate coaching staff, which starts at the top with Jim Harbaugh.
“Yeah, I am interested,” said Norris. “I like their coaching. I like how intense they get because having intense coaches teaches you to be like a good player and disciplined. (Harbaugh is) kind of crazy. He’s a good coach, but he’s a good crazy. He’s excited all the time. I would love to play for him.”
What would an offer from Michigan mean to Norris?
“It would be a big thing and one of the most exciting things,” said Norris. “I have always looked up to their school because they have always had a good team. I have always wanted to play for one of those big schools like that.”
Norris will look to visit Michigan in the future and plans on camping at Indiana, Ohio State, Notre Dame and hopefully Florida State too.