Aaron Banks sees relationship with Michigan, Tim Drevno growing

One of the top offensive line performers at the northern California satellite camp, Aaron Banks, discusses his interest in Michigan and more.

One of the top offensive line performers to participate in Michigan's northern California satellite camp tour stop was four-star OL Aaron Banks.

Banks, who currently holds 30 offers, has been in constant contact with the Wolverines coaching staff since being offered.

"I talk to (Michigan) often," Banks said. "Almost every day, Coach Jay or Coach Drevno."

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While mentioning that he enjoys 'chopping it up' with the younger Harbaugh, he enjoys talking with Drevno. In fact, he was intently watching Drevno work as a coach.

With a history of the Michigan coaching staff sending players to the NFL at previous stops, Drevno's interactions with his players stick out the most with Banks.

"He's really down to earth and he knows what he's talking about," Banks said of Drevno. "He has the best interest of his players, off the field as well as on the field. How many players (an OL coach) puts into the league matters but its not the most important thing," Banks said.

For now, Banks plans to cut his list to either 12 or 15 schools after the upcoming dead period is over. Michigan is all but guaranteed to make the list after the cuts are over. In fact, he plans to unofficially visit Michigan.

After that, a decision will come sometime towards the end of his senior year.

"I want to take all five (official) visits," Banks said. "Hopefully I can make a decision if not towards the end of the season or after."


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