U-M visit draws high marks from Doyle

The Wolverines recently hosted one of top signal callers in the East with Washington (D.C.) St. Johns 2018 quarterback Kevin Doyle and he reflects back to his time spent in Ann Arbor.

Washington (D.C.) St. Johns 2018 quarterback Kevin Doyle has been everywhere as of late. The talented junior signal caller visited six schools in a three day span this past week, which included a stop in Ann Arbor. 


He got to see everything the Maize and Blue have to offer and even got the chance to chat with headman himself, Jim Harbaugh. 

“The visit overall was very successful,” Doyle told The Michigan Insider. “Coach Harbaugh reassured his interest and really wants to come out to D.C. and see me throw live. He said either him or Coach (Pep) Hamiliton will be by my school to watch me.”

“I am extremely interested after visiting. The last time he saw me throw live was last year, and I have grown immensely since then. I’m really excited to hear what coach's thoughts are on me after I throw. I am looking forward to seeing if I can possibly be what they are looking for offensively.”

The 6-foot-4, 210-pound Doyle had many positives come from his trip to Ann Arbor, but had a few highlights that shined the most.

“I would say my favorite part was meeting with Coach Harbaugh and getting to go in the Big House,” said Doyle. “It was a childhood dream come true.”

Doyle wasn’t the only visitor while in Ann Arbor as he was joined by a few other top prospects, who also enjoyed their time just as much.

“I went with Iverson Clement, who's a 2018 running back friend of mine, who has an offer from there along with Travon King (2018 WR/DE),” said Doyle. “We were accompanied by my father and quarterback coach Marcus Hammond, who is also our 7v7 coach. They were all had similar thoughts to me that it was great and worth the trip and would come back! We all liked it and would come back in a heartbeat.”

Going forward, Doyle has no more upcoming visits and is shifting his attention on preparation for next season this off-season by training.

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