Four-star cornerback will take an official visit to Michigan

In December of 2022, Michigan football made the final five for four-star defensive back Omillio Agard. The Wolverines were a finalist with Clemson, Penn State, Tennessee and Alabama.

Fast forward to March, Michigan football is in the hunt for Agard, and he announced via Twitter that the maize and blue would be one of four schools he planned to take an official visit to this summer.

The four-star cornerback out of St. Joseph’s Prep in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, announced he planned to visit Clemson in early June, the Volunteers in the middle of June and Penn State in late June. The date for his official to Ann Arbor are to be determined.

According to the 247Sports composite, Agard is the 23rd-ranked corner in the country and the 303rd-ranked player in the nation.

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There is one crystal ball predicting Clemson to get the services of the four-star corner.

Michigan is crushing it in 2024 recruiting. The Wolverines have the third-ranked class in the country on the composite. The maize and blue have one defensive back committed in the class: safety Jacob Oden.

While Clemson may be leading for Agard, it sounds as if Michigan has a fighting chance to impress him and get him into this stellar class.


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