In late May, Jamoris Slaughter (6-0, 180) told GoBlueWolverine that his top schools were: "Michigan, Notre Dame, Georgia, Tennessee," and that he'd grown up a Michigan fan.
Since then, he's reportedly narrowed things to the Notre Dame, Michigan and LSU ... and has been talking about making a summer decision.
He made an unofficial visit to Notre Dame in the spring, and ...
"Notre Dame is recruiting me the hardest."
Is Notre Dame his favorite?
"Yes ... but it's difficult to compare since I've never visited the other schools."
Will he get to Michigan this summer?
"I'm trying to visit Michigan this summer, but financially, it doesn't look good."
If he doesn't get to U-M this summer, what then?
"I may take an official visit to Michigan if I can't visit them this summer."
So ... is he going to decide in the summer, or will he wait and take officials?
"I might decide during the summer, or I may take some official visits."
GoBlueWolverine note: the decision for Slaughter is whether to decide early or not ... a summer decision certainly wouldn't favor Michigan, and would seem to favor Notre Dame.
Slaughter: Early Decision Would Mean ...
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