FAU camp attendee Stanley Garner calls U-M offer 'big time,' plans to visit

2018 three-star defensive back Stanley Garner talks the FAU satellite camp.

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The rain-soaked FAU satellite camp didn't stop the top Floridian prospects from coming out and camping in front of multiple schools around the country.

One camp standout in particular, 2018 three-star defensive back Stanley Garner, holds an offer from Michigan. He did what he could to impress the coaches in attendance even though the rain might've put a slight damper on his performance during the camp.

"It was good," Garner said of the camp. "We competed, there's a lot of competition out here. I would've gotten two picks but I dropped one, you know, it's kind of raining out here."

Although the camp is designed for coaches to teach the finer points of football, it's also an opportunity for coaches to speak with recruits and provide opportunities for those who might need the extra exposure with their recruitment. In Garner's case, he doesn't need the help as he boasts 28 offers from schools all over the country.

However, the camp did give him an opportunity to speak with the coaches in attendance.

"I'm talking to Michigan, Illinois every school out here," Garner said. "I just picked up Oregon [offer], so I really liked that."

With an offer from U-M in hand, it was clear that Garner was excited about the offer, telling The Michigan Insider that the offer was "big time."

"That's big time," Garner said. "You have to be big time to go there. Jordan now? Jumpman. I like that."

Now that the camp has wrapped up, Garner will embark on visits to various schools around the country. With visits to Kentucky and Auburn meanwhile trying to schedule visits to Oregon, Illinois and Ole Miss, will the Wolverines eventually receive a visit from him?

"Probably as soon as possible," Garner said. "Right now I have a lot going on so it's hard to find time. It's going to be in the summer."

Garner currently has no favorites and does not have a decision timeline.


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