Michigan In Hadley's Top 4

Seffner, Fla. star safety Angelo Hadley catches GBW up on his recruitment, where Michigan stands, his season, and whether he'll make a trip to Ann Arbor.

Angelo Hadley certainly can't complain about anything in his final season for Armwood High School in Seffner, Fla. His season has been going strong, recruiting has been good, and he's got a great chance to play at the next level with teammate Mywan Jackson (who is making his official visit to U-M for the Northwestern game).

"We're having a great season. We're undefeated so far and looking real good. I'm just playing safety for us but I've got about 40 tackles, five interceptions and I returned two of those for touchdowns and I have like five pass break ups," Hadley told GBW.

While his season is going just as he planned, recruiting is also going just as well for him.

"Recruiting is going real good. It's kind of slow right now though because I'm so busy with my season. It takes time to set up official visits and stuff like that."

He has been able to visit Auburn unofficially and North Carolina officially, and many considered the probability of him staying South the strongest, despite his teammate Mywan Jackson's strong considerations of Michigan. However, Hadley says that isn't necessarily the case anymore.

"Auburn isn't on my list anymore. My top four are North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, and Florida ... really in no particular order."

Michigan has had to put in a lot of work to stay fresh on the mind of Hadley as he has never ventured up North for a visit.

"I talked to them (Michigan) two weeks ago. I talked to Coach Frey and man is he a great coach and a good guy to talk to."

With four visits left to him, and three schools left in his top four, many are wondering if an official visit has indeed been set up for Angelo.

"No, I don't have one set up yet but Mywan and I will set it up later this week, or next week for sure."

Since Jackson is visiting for the Northwestern game, we'll see if Hadley accompanies him that weekend.

Then -- Michigan will see if they can pull a package from Seffner.

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