Carraway Visits U-M, Names Early Leader

Michigan has jumped early on Vaughn Carraway, the 6-3, 180-pound "athlete" from Laureldale Muhlenburg in Southeastern Pa., and Carraway visited the Michigan campus this past Saturday. After the visit, he told GoBlueWolverine that he has an early leader for his services.

Vaughn Carraway, the 6-3, 180-pound "athlete" from Laureldale Muhlenburg in Southeastern Pa. caught 29 passes as a junior for 545 yards and nine touchdowns; and as a defensive back he recorded 39 tackles and four interceptions.

Michigan jumped on Carraway early, making him an early scholarship offer, and he visited Ann Arbor this past Saturday.

"I drove over, with my dad. It was a ten-hour drive, and we hit snow once we got into Western Pennsylvania."

Was the hard drive worth it?

"Yeah, it definitely was. The visit showed me a lot. The best thing was I got to watch a Michigan practice. There was a lotta hype to that, and it was worth it."

Who did you get to talk to?

"I talked to several of the palyers some, and I talked to the coaches -- Coach Campbell, Coach Szabo (his area recruiter), Coach SIngletary (Chris Singletary, the U-M recruiting coordinator) and I had a meeting with Coach Carr."

You talked with Coach Campbell -- so Michigan is recruiting you as a wide receiver?

(chuckling) "Yeah, well the coaches were arguing back and forth -- the offensive coaches wanted me over by them, and the defensive coaches wanted me up over there."

Where else have you been this spring?

"I've been to Pitt ... and this weekend I'm going to UConn."

What has been your best visit?

"Michigan was my best one so far."

What schools have offered you at this point?

"Michigan and UConn, Boston College ... and I don't have a written offer from Penn State yet."

Do you have a top list of schools?

"Right now, it is Michigan at the top."

Carraway is looking forward to returning to Ann Arbor as well.

"I'll probably come back to Michigan this summer, but if not in the summer then for a game in the fall."

Carraway is not in a hurry to make a decision, and so GBW will keep close track of him this spring and summer.

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