Decision day has arrived for Joshua Garnett. The Washington offensive guard will end his recruitment on Thursday and decide between Michigan and Stanford in a press conference taking place at his school. The announcement is set for 6 p.m. (Eastern Time).
Everyone reminder: Press conference is on thursday at 3 p.m. in the puyallup highschool commons (cafeteria). Everyones invited!— Joshua Garnett (@IamJoshG) January 24, 2012
As of Wednesday night, Garnett still had not made a decision. In an interview with a Michigan blog, he said he was pretty much 50/50 between Michigan and Stanford and that it was "going to be close" between the Wolverines and Cardinal.
If Garnett picks Michigan, its offensive line class for 2012 will easily be the best in the nation. Garnett is rated as a four-star offensive guard on three of the major recruiting sites, and Scout actually gives him five stars. To add him to a class that already has commitments from Kyle Kalis, Ben Braden, Erik Magnuson and Blake Bars would be remarkable.