GoBlueWolverine spoke to Georgia defensive end Jermaine Cunningham.
Jermaine, you weren't spotted at the Michigan camp.
"No. I wanted to get up there and go to the Michigan camp, but my team is having practice this week so I couldn't go. We're practicing afternoons."
Is Michigan still on your list?
"Definitely. Michigan is one of the schools right at the top for me."
What other schools are high up for you?
"Auburn, Tennessee, Georgia and Florida."
Do you have any plans to visit Michigan?
"I'll take one of my official visits there."
GoBlueWolverine scouted Cunningham at the Georgia Nike Camp this spring. He is 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds -- a little thin for a defensive end. But he has a good frame and a strong 'sculpted' build and should easily be able to put on the 50 extra pounds he'll need to play the position in college. He is fast and athletic, and smooth like a tight end (in fact, he and Virginia tight end Dedrick Epps are very similar in size and athleticism), but he did not work out at the TE spot at all at the combine.
Michigan is the only Northern school on Cunningham's short list.
Late May GBW interview with Cunningham, including Nike Photos.
Jermaine Cunningham Still Plans U-M Visit
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