Last week, it looked like the Michigan Wolverines were going to pick up another commitment for their 2013 football recruiting class. Illinois wide receiver Laquon Treadwell hinted that he might be nearing a decision, and that decision was pretty clearly going to be Michigan.
Although Treadwell passed on making a decision over the weekend, Michigan is still the overwhelming favorite to eventually land him. This past weekend, Treadwell told Mike Farrell that there's a 75 percent chance of him committing to the Wolverines, and he told SB Nation that Michigan feels like "home" to him.
"They're not wrong," Treadwell said of those who say his commitment to Michigan is inevitable. "But I won't know for sure until I take other visits."
Treadwell feels at home at Michigan, stating that "Michigan is Michigan. I've been up there like eight times, and the coaching staff has been on me since my sophomore year. I feel comfortable with them, like home.
Michigan has long been considered the favorite for Treadwell. Barring something radically changing when Treadwell visits other schools, chances are he will join the Wolverines' 2013 recruiting class at some point.