Michigan trending upward for Randall Haynie after camp experience

Michigan is trending upward for 2017 three-star CB Randall Haynie after his camp experience.

Friday night saw plenty of campers from all over the country to participate in Michigan's Bright Lights camp held in Michigan Stadium.

One of Michigan's campers, Randall Haynie, previously participated in the Wolverines' Fort Lauderdale stop. He is well aware of what the coaching staff is like as this is his second firsthand experience with some of the coaches.

However, he still hadn't been able to have any face time with his position coach, Mike Zordich. That changed on Friday as Zordich spent most of the day with Haynie showing him campus and his coaching style.

"It was really good," Haynie said of Zordich. "It was good to finally put a face to a name, I spent the day with him. We came over and did the camp. He showed me around the school and things like that. He showed how he coaches and I really like how he coaches."


As far as what he saw on campus, it was enough for the Wolverines to vault up his list of top schools. Haynie recently released a top ten list on his Twitter account. Now, U-M is soaring up that list.

"Now that I've seen the school it's definitely one of my top (schools,)" Haynie said. "The school is beautiful, big campus, it's just great. I didn't think that Michigan would be this big and this beautiful, really. The stadium is gorgeous, it's big, it's huge. Playing on this field, I can already imagine how it feels."

Haynie said that despite releasing his top school list, after his visit and camping experience on campus, that the Wolverines are definitely near the top of his list.

Despite being familiar with head coach Jim Harbaugh, it was the first time he also managed to get some face time with the head man as well.

"Coach Harbaugh is a great guy I met him today, too," Haynie said. "Really enthusiastic, he's always talking about football. Never stops."

In terms of the future, Haynie has visits planned for Boston College, Maryland and Vanderbilt. Even with the visits planned, Haynie would like to be committed to a school by the end of the summer.

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