2018 four-star shooting guard Noah Locke is visiting Michigan on June 20.
While you can add Locke to the growing list of 2018 targets the Wolverines basketball staff have to sift through, it appears they value what Locke brings to the table. A top 100 player
It appears that the coaching staff is very interested in the young shooting guard.
"Coach Jeff Meyers and Coach Beilein have been in contact with me the most," Locke told The Michigan Insider. "They've been telling me that I am a great player and will fit great in the Michigan system... We talk once or twice a week."
The interest being shown by the coaching staff is reciprocated by Locke. He agrees with the coaching staff that he will be a good fit in the system if he were to end up choosing the Wolverines. Being a scorer himself, he appreciates the development Beilein has with his players and the ability to send them to the next level.
"I'm interested in Michigan because of the way they develop their players and prepare them for the next level," Locke said. "Also, I like that they always have great scorers that go through Michigan."
Despite not holding an offer from the Wolverines as of right now, Locke hopes that will change once he arrives on campus for his visit.
In fact, he told The Michigan Insider he believes he will be receiving a scholarship offer during the visit.
For now, later this month will be the first time Locke has stepped foot on campus and he wants to take advantage of every opportunity he has during his visit. He wants the full Michigan experience.
"[I want to see] everything," Locke said. "I want to see the whole campus, all the facilities, the atmosphere and just everything overall. I want a full view of what Michigan is about."
Locke claims no favorites right now in his recruitment. However, he did provide an extensive list of schools that have kept in constant contact with him.
"Don't have anyone at my top but schools that have been in contact the most are, Xavier, Providence, Florida, Michigan, Georgia Tech, Virginia, Pitt, UPenn, Marquette and a couple others," Locke said.