San Diego State recruit Stefan McClure paying visit to Brady Hoke Friday; Jake Fisher still considering U-M and more
Due to the influence he had on a recruit while at San Diego State, Michigan football coach Brady Hoke has interest from Vista High School cornerback Stefan McClure, "the most coveted high school football recruit in San Diego County", according to Brian Hiro of the North County Times.
In fact, McClure is coming to Ann Arbor to visit Hoke on Friday, reports Hiro.
Hiro quotes McClure as saying of Hoke: "He called my high school coach on Thursday, and we set it up. Coach Hoke and I are pretty close. He first came by my school my junior year. Now that he's at Michigan, I'd have a chance to play for a school and in a conference with a lot of tradition.
"This late in the process, it would have been easy to say no, so this is not a courtesy visit."
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