Sam Webb's latest focuses on Plymouth DE Brennen Beyer and it confirms previous Tim and TomVH reports that Beyer is a Michigan lean who: grew up a Wolverines fan, decided to delay his seemingly sure commitment, has garnered signficant offers and interest, seems to be deciding between Michigan and Notre Dame, has spent a significant amount of time in A2 and plans to attend the Spring Game.
Favorites: "I still like Michigan a lot," Beyer said. "But I'm really looking hard at Michigan and Notre Dame right now."
On his Notre Dame visit: "I got to talk to Coach (Bob) Diaco, their defensive coordinator and he explained to me where I belong in their defense as an outside linebacker," Beyer said. "I got to talk to Coach (Brian) Kelly. I also got to see the campus a lot and the campus is pretty nice. Coach Kelly has a pretty good record. It's attractive and so is what the whole school itself has to offer."
On Michigan's scrimmage: "It was great," Beyer said. "It was sweet to see finally hitting full speed and stuff. It was really good because I got to see the coach's coach and the players go at it. So it was good to get a feel for the atmosphere and what a practice was like. The defensive coordinator, Coach Robinson, was fun to watch. He was who I watched mostly because that's where I'm being recruited for. It was really good. I was pretty impressed."
On the process: "I've still got a little bit more things to think about, but I'm definitely getting closer (to making a choice)," he said. "I'm definitely going to make a decision before my senior year of football. The visits I'm going on now, I want to get a feel for what the coaches are like, how they are going to coach me, and what kind of atmosphere it is going to be at their practices. I'm looking for a school with a great coaching staff, nice facilities, and good academics."
"I guess just when I feel like I've been to the college I want to go to, and I'm 100 percent sure that it is the right place, I'll commit."