For five-star wide receiver Derek Meadows, Michigan provided some essential answers.

Derek Meadows’ formal visit to Ann Arbor left Michigan with a couple more major boxes checked.

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak with Derek Meadows’ father from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas, Nevada, about his son’s official visit to Michigan, the offensive fit evaluation, his leadboard, and a host of other topics. Below are some of the highlights from our extensive Q&A session.

For five-star wide receiver Derek Meadows, Michigan provided some essential answers.
                        For five-star wide receiver Derek Meadows, Michigan provided some essential answers.

Sam Webb: “All right, so you returned to Ann Arbor.” How did you feel about the formal visit?”

Deshawn Meadows: “The official visit, in my opinion, went well. The red carpet was rolled out. Douglas Utu, an o-lineman on the team, was also visited by Derek. Being able to spend their official visit together was fantastic for the boys.

Sam Webb: “I felt that you had a great rapport with Ron Bellamy during our previous visit. That link was made. However, there was a sense that you were eager to learn more about Sherrone and Kirk Campbell. Did you manage to do that on this visit?”

Deshawn Meadows: “That seems likely. Campbell seemed sincere and upfront to me. We discussed various situational and behavioral questions in detail, and I felt that their answers were excellent. They were sincere in their answers. (We were) delving deeper into the questions, “What are your thoughts on this scenario and that scenario?” (They are) considering lengthy life. Right now, these guys are at the top of the pack.

Bellamy, Campbell, and Sherrone are new. They are also the national champions. As the captains of the nation’s top football team, they now have the biggest footballing targets on their backs worldwide. And you see who will be around the following year, the year after that, and the year after that. and I had the positive idea from all of these individuals that they would be available to mentor my child.”

 

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