Lewisville, Texas (Flowers Mound High School) quarterback Nick Stephens is home from his Michigan visit this weekend:
"We actually got home yesterday. We went up there Thursday and come home yesterday, because I have a sports banquet tonight."
"The visit went well .. there are a lot of good people up there at Michigan. Coach Loeffler, Coach Carr, the players ..."
He spoke of his final schools:
"I decommitted from Ole Miss yesterday. So it's either Michigan or Tennessee."
"I don't know what I'm going to do yet, both are even ... as soon as I know I'll call the coaches and tell him."
As far as comparing the two schools:
"The depths charts are similar at both Tennessee and Michigan ... both have a starting quarterback who's a junior, and a redshirt freshman backup."
"So both schools are similar in the opportunity for me."
And as far as making his decision:
"I'll just sit down, talk things over with my parents, and then see where my heart wants to go."
"No matter what my decision is, Michigan or Tennessee -- both are better than what I had before anyway! So I'm ahead no matter what I choose."
"I won't take long to make my decision; it should come in the next few days.
Stephens transferred to Flowers Mound and sat out his junior year; then threw for over 2,700 yards his senior season. He is Scout.com's #16 Southwest prospect and #11 quarterback.
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