GoBlueWolverine spoke Sunday to defensive lineman Garrett Goebel ... he just finished a family…
Garrett Goebel to GBW: Down to Two
Goebel had 16 tackles-for-loss and 9 sacks as a junior, and is considered by experts who have scouted him as "a tough kid."
After making multiple visits to Notre Dame and Ohio State this spring/early summer, he finally took a visit to Michigan. GoBlueWolverine asked him about it Tuesday night.
You visited Michigan on Friday, June 15th?
"Yes I did."
How did the visit go?
"The visit was really good ... I hadn't been to Michigan before."
"I got a tour of facilities, I met with players and with the coaches. I got to talk to Coach Carr ... he's a cool guy."
"I'm visiting Michigan again soon. This time I'm bringing my parents. I think it'll be July 10th."
What other visits have you made?
"I've visited Ohio State -- I've been there twice."
Do you have a top 2-3-4-5?
"It's Ohio State and Michigan."
Do you have a timetable for a decision?
"I want to do it before my senior year starts."
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