So naturally, when U-M decided to hold its satellite camp at Bowie State on Saturday, the rising junior decided to stop by to see what the Wolverines were all about.
“It was definitely great,” Wete said. “It was great being around the coaches and the staff and see how coach (Greg Mattison) coaches the D-line. It was just great overall to feel the environment, to feel the tempo.”
Wete says U-M assistant Pep Hamilton’s extended him his Michigan in May, and noted that he is still in the early stages of building his bond with U-M’s coaching staff.
“It’s still new,” Wete said of his relationship with U-M’s coaching staff. “Obviously I am a sophomore, so I can’t talk to them that much yet. So it’s definitely good from where I met them a few weeks ago.”
Next up, of course, Wete says he’s hoping to make his way to Michigan for an unofficial visit.
“I definitely consider going on a visit soon,” Wete said. “I’m a sophomore now, so I’m not thinking about that too much. Really I am looking for the whole package, academically, athletically, environment-wise, everything.”
Along with Michigan, Wete also holds notable offers from Penn State, Virginia Tech, Pitt and Georgia among others.