BUFORD, Ga. -- According to Scout.com, it's been a two-team race between Alabama and Auburn for the services of four-star wide receiver Justyn Ross.
And while they may be true, The Michigan Insider caught up with Ross recently and asked him about his offer from the the Wolverines.
“It’s a big offer because any school that wants me is a big offer,” he said of his Michigan offer. “The offer is big because they make me feel like I’m a big part of their school. It was very exciting.”
Ross, though, admits he hasn’t heard much from the Wolverines as of late, but did say he’s open to learn more about their program.
“I just want to learn about their offense,” Ross said. “This past fall I didn’t see them play too much on TV. So I just want to see if they throw the ball and if they can throw the ball.”
Next up, Ross says he’s looking into making a trip up to Ann Arbor.
“I would love to go there on a visit,” Ross said. “But what I would like to see is the people and how they act around me, and build a relationship with some of the people.”
Ross has already been on campus visits to Alabama and Auburn, and says he plans to head back to Auburn on April 8, though, he says he has no leaders at the moment.
“I’m fully open on my recruitment,” he said.
Ross plans to announce his final decision on national signing day 2018.