"It was great, that's just a great school," Hunt said. "The atmosphere at Michigan is pretty incredible and the whole program is just first class all around. All the guys on the team are real quality people and they have a tradition there in football and academics that is really tough to beat.
"I spent a lot of quality time with the coaching staff and I really like those guys a lot. I really like Coach Hoke, he's a good guy and obviously a great coach and Coach Funk, the OL coach is a great coach as well. I don't know him as well as some other coaches I talk with but I've heard nothing but great things about him."
While on his visit, the Wolverines picked up a commitment from offensive guard Dan Samuelson, the 6th OL in this class for Michigan.
"The coaches told me they still had room for me," Hunt said. "I know six offensive linemen is a lot but I'm not afraid to compete. After taking all my trips, if I feel Michigan is the best spot for me, I'll still go there and be ready to win a job. There is going to be competition anywhere you go so that doesn't bother me."
Following the end of his visit, Hunt flew in to Columbus to take an official visit to Ohio State. In an ironic twist, one of the first things Hunt did when he got to Ohio State was head to the basketball arena to watch the Buckeyes take down previously undefeated Michigan.
"That was both pretty weird and pretty cool," Hunt said. "It was a crazy environment and after the win, the students started to rush the court, that's when we decided to take off. I'm here all day tomorrow and then head back home tomorrow night.
"I have my visit to Oregon lined up for next weekend and then Cal will be my last trip on the 25th. After that trip, I should be ready to make a final decision among all these schools I'm checking out. Right now, I'm giving everyone a fair look and we'll go from there."