October 19, 2011

Junior Su'a Cravens hearing from Michigan

Murrieta (Calif.) Vista Murrieta safety Su'a Cravens has it all. At 6-1, 205 pounds in just his junior year of high school, he has the frame to grow into a strong safety or even a linebacker by the time he reaches the college level. However, he also shows the speed necessary to play in deep coverage. Rivals.com West Coast Recruiting Analyst Adam Gorney believes he could be one of the top 2013 prospects in California.

College coaches from coast to coast agree with Gorney's opinion that Cravens is a high-caliber prospect, and many have already sent offers to the youngster. Arizona State, Boise State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Stanford, and USC are just a few of the big-name programs that have already sent him offers.

One schools that has shown interest, but has not yet offered is the University of Michigan. The school has remained in contact, and Cravens has reciprocated that interest. He hopes to land an offer from the Wolverines soon.

Cravens has a long way to go before he signs with a school, and he doesn't plan to make a decision until his senior season. He doesn't have a group of favorites starting to emerge, but he does know some of the things he'll be looking for in a school.

He plans to start taking visits next summer, and Michigan has a chance to receive one of those trips if the Wolverines offer him.

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