McDonald “Extremely Interested” After Visiting U-M

Long Beach (Calif.) Poly 2017 athlete Nolan McDonald talks about his visit to Ann Arbor and more.

The Wolverines recently hosted a pair of very talented brothers from the Golden State in Long Beach (Calif.) Poly 2017 athlete Nolan McDonald and 2018 tight end/wide receiver Camren McDonald. 

Nolan McDonald, who sits as one of the top athletes on the West Coast, discusses his enjoyable trip to Ann Arbor.

“It went great,” said McDonald. “We got to see the campus and they showed us the museum, the weight room, training office and indoor facilities. We then went to the game field and took some pictures.”

The 6-foot-2, 185-pounder got to take in quite a bit during his visit, but thought the top of the line indoor facilities stood out the most.

“My favorite part was visiting the indoor facilities,” said McDonald. “They're by far the nicest I've seen.”

After seeing what the Maize and Blue have to offer and having family ties to the state, the Wolverines are definitely a program he’s seriously looking at.

“Extremely interested,” said McDonald. “Both me and brother enjoyed the visit and we have family close to the campus, so it'd be a great fit. They are in Dearborn and yes a couple of them are (Michigan) fans.”

While McDonald doesn’t hold an offer from the Wolverines, if one were to come, then it would definitely be huge.

“It'd mean a lot, especially coming from such a prestigious school,” said McDonald. “It'd be the first offer me and my brother both share, so they'd shoot to the top of the list.”

McDonald also hopes to return to Ann Arbor this fall as well

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