Dwayne Cohill will have plenty of college choices.
But the No. 60 overall player in the class of 2018 and top recruit in Ohio says he wants to wait for Michigan to offer a scholarship before he makes any decisions, according to MLive.com’s Brendan Quinn. He visited Ann Arbor last weekend.
Cohill holds offers from Ohio State, West Virginia, Xavier, UNLV, Penn State and Northwestern, among a few others.
The Wolverines haven’t offered a scholarship to Cohill. They have three commits in the class of 2017 and none for 2018, meaning the staff could take an additional player in 2017 and two in 2018 or three in each.
Per MLive.com, Cohill told Michigan coach John Beilein that he doesn’t plan to commit anytime soon, and Beilein told Cohill his staff will continue to recruit him.
It sounds like he’ll let his recruitment play out until he gets that Michigan offer.
“I don’t think I will, but if I find a place that I feel is the right spot, like, if once I leave there I know it’s the spot for me, then maybe,” Cohill told MLive.com. “But I really don’t seem myself committing anytime soon.”