Khris Bogle talks Michigan offer

2019 defensive end Khris Bogle discusses his offer from the Wolverines.

Class of 2019 defensive end Khris Bogle, from Fort Lauderdale (FL) Cardinal Gibbons earned an offer from Michigan on June 5th at the FAU Elite Camp, which featured coach Jim Harbaugh. 

"I saw a few of the (Michigan) coaches at the FAU camp," he told The Michigan Insider. "Then I got the offer. I've been waiting on it for a long time, but it finally came." 

The 6-foot-4, 197-pound athlete has offers to play for Florida State, Miami (FL), Boston College, Cincinnati, Clemson, Duke, Florida, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Ohio State, Oregon, Syracuse, and Wisconsin. 

Of the schools that have offered, Bogle is most interested in Florida State, Oregon, Miami (FL), Michigan, Clemson, and Ohio State. He is also interested in Florida, but the Gators have not yet sent an offer his way. 

Bogle is planning to visit Michigan soon. 

"I am planning to visit this summer hopefully," he said. 

At the FAU camp, the weak-side defensive end met with Harbaugh, Don Brown, Greg Mattison, and Greg Frey. 

"Jim Harbaugh is a great coach and guy," Bogle stated. "He wants the best for his players. Also, he is going to get you prepared for the next level. The coaching staff is great. They will get me ready for the NFL without a doubt. The coaches really like me."

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