A.J. Wallace: U-M Still In It; Has Co-Leaders

A.J. Wallace: U-M Still In It; Has Co-Leaders

Maryland cornerback A.J. Wallace began the process of arranging official visits a few weeks back and already has two set up. The Ohio State Buckeyes (September 10th) and Nebraska Cornhuskers (October 29th) were the first two schools to get dates, causing many to speculate that they stand as the versatile athlete's favorites. GoBlueWolverine talked to Wallace on Sunday regarding his visits and favorites.

Maryland cornerback A.J. Wallace began the process of arranging official visits a few weeks back and already has two set up. The Ohio State Buckeyes (September 10th) and Nebraska Cornhuskers (October 29th) were the first two schools to get dates, causing many to speculate that they stand as the versatile athlete's favorites. When asked if that were true, Wallace sounded a bit unsure. " I guess…but I'm not really sure," Wallace said regarding whether the two schools led. "Those were just the two free dates that they have open. I haven't really gotten the chance to check out the open dates from the other schools yet."

Wallace indicated that the schools recruiting him the hardest at this point are Nebraska, Michigan, Ohio State, and the three Florida schools…and that he still plans to take all five official visits. "I'm going to try to set them up before the season," Wallace said regarding his last three officials. "My parents have to check their work schedules."

Michigan almost certainly will be one of the schools to get a visit according to Wallace. His camp experience in Ann Arbor is still fresh in his mind, and it was a positive one. "It was pretty good," Wallace said of his time at Michigan's camp. "Coach English was a good coach. I definitely learned a lot. I like Michigan. My parents enjoyed it. My mom liked it a lot because she is from down in Michigan. They have a good academic program."

GoBlueWolverine will have more on Wallace in the coming months.

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