The nation's top-ranked athlete and No. 3 prospect overall in Paramus (N.J.) Catholic five-star Jabrill Peppers tweeted on Tuesday afternoon that he'll take official visits following his senior season.
Peppers committed to Michigan back in May.
Peppers gave his pledge to Michigan back in May.
"I am still 100% committed to the University of Michigan and that is the place where I want to go to college," Peppers said in a statement issued to 247Sports. "With the rumors about Coach (Brady) Hoke possibly not being there I need to make sure that I have options and have seen other places in case the University of Michigan decides to go in a different direction. For the sake of my future I need to make sure I have other options. No need to look into it any further!"
The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Peppers and his teammates aim to win a second-straight state championship on Dec. 6. He's currently listed as a potential visitor for the Wolverines this Saturday for the Ohio State game.
Arguably the top player in the country, Peppers will have his choice of where he wants to visit.
Peppers chose Michigan over offers from the likes of Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Oklahoma, Penn State, Stanford, UCLA and USC.
The Nittany Lions were perhaps the runner-up the first time through the process, with Ohio State and LSU also being schools that received a late visit. Stanford was considered the early favorite.
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