Report: DB Gareon Conley, who decommitted from Michigan this week, to officially visit Wolverines
Offensive line recruit David Dawson was re-offered by Michigan on Thursday after initially being dropped from the class for visiting other schools.
A day later, it appears the door is open for Gareon Conley to join him.
Rivals is reporting the Massillon, Ohio defensive back -- who decommitted from Michigan earlier this week -- will officially visit the Wolverines on Dec. 14, as well as Ohio State on Dec. 6.
There are no reports he was offered to rejoin the class, like Dawson, but the official visit suggests Michigan has at least some interest in welcoming Conley back.
Conley is a three-star prospect according to Rivals and four-star according to Scout. He originally committed to Michigan on March 10, but decommitted on Tuesday because he wished to visit other schools, including Ohio State.
Michigan coach Brady Hoke doesn't allow current commits to make such visits, and has lost three recruits in two years because of it. The policy appears to offer some latitude for a return, though, now that Dawson and Conley are back in the fold.
Verbal commitments are nonbinding. Recruits aren't locked up until they sign national letters of intent, which can be filed starting Feb. 6.
Until then, anything can happen.