Devon Still: Did U-M Catch Up To OSU/PSU?

GoBlueWolverine spoke to Delaware defensive end Devon Still Monday evening. There was really one question on our minds for this past weekend's official visitor -- did the Wolverines join Ohio State and Penn State at the top for him?

There were some fairly high hopes that Michigan could gain ground on Wilmingham, Delaware defensive end Devon Still -- after all his mother has family in Detroit.

Still had had Ohio State as his leader ever since his official visit there this fall, but when he visited Penn State the Dec. 1 weekend the NItany Lions joined the Buckeyes as co-leaders for him.

Would a Michigan visit put the Wolverines in a three-way tie, or even ahead for him? GoBlueWolverine put the question to him:

"Michigan is around there, but, no, they are not as high up for me as Ohio State and Penn State," he said.

Still said his visit host was James McKinney. He also said Michigan had not scheduled an in-home visit from Head Coach Lloyd Carr. Recommended Stories

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