February 14, 2012

Tuley-Tillman is a regular in Ann Arbor

Peoria (Ill.) Manual junior offensive lineman Logan Tuley-Tillman has made it a point to visit as many colleges as possible this winter. The 6-7, 290-pound prospect wants to make sure he evaluates all of his options before making a commitment. He's seen Notre Dame, Alabama, South Carolina, and several others.

The one campus he's been to the most, however, is Michigan's. After seeing the Wolverines' final two home games in the fall, he visited multiple times in January, and was back in town over the weekend.

Michigan had other visitors from the class of 2013 at the game as well. One of the headliners was Crete (Ill.) Monee wide receiver Laquon Treadwell. The two highly-rated prospects (Tuley-Tillman is ranked No. 109 in the initial Class of 2013 Rivals250 and Treadwell is No. 31) are already familiar with each other from the CORE6 training facility in Chicago, and got a chance to bond.

One person who hadn't been to Ann Arbor before was Tuley-Tillman's mother. Although her son has made frequent stops at Michigan, he made the trip for the first time. As recruiting fans know, the mother's approval is always paramount, and she seemed to give the Wolverines a thumbs-up on the visit.

The visits don't stop now, though. Plans are in the works to visit USC - and take in an NBA game at the Staples Center - along with Texas, Texas A&M, and LSU. Tuley-Tillman has seen plenty of new places during the recruiting experience, but has been to Ann Arbor the most.

That includes this weekend, when he'll be back in town for the Wolverines' basketball game against Rival Ohio State. Despite his frequent appearances in Ann Arbor, don't expect a commitment from the talented lineman any time soon.

Coaches from all schools are respecting that stance.

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