"This was a pretty good visit," Larimore said. "It was an official visit. They took me around and everything. I had been there before."
Michigan will get Larimore on campus again this weekend for the OSU/UM game, and then after his visit to Ohio State on Dec. 2, he expects to make a decision.
"I'll likely make my decision in December after my Ohio State visit," he said.
Ohio State will be Larimore's fifth visit. Even though he has taken only two football official visits, he has also visited Iowa State and Michigan State for wrestling.
"I am taking all my visits," Larimore said. "I took one to Indiana and this one to Michigan for football. I have Ohio State last. I went to Iowa State and Michigan State for wrestling. All visits count. You are only allowed to take five total in all your sports."
Even though Larimore is ranked No. 1 nationally in the heavyweight wrestling class, he told GoBlueWolverine.com that football will be his sport in college.
"I'm sure I'll be playing football in college," he said. "Especially when I'm considering places like Michigan and Ohio State -- football is king there and would take up all my time."
Defensive scheme may play a role in Larimore's decision.
"We play more a one-gap scheme in high school," he said. "That is what I want to play in college."
Larimore's high school season is still going on. Merrillville is 11-2 and advanced to the state semifinals after a playoff win Friday night.