2011 five star outside linebacker Trey DePriest is in no hurry to make his college decision, and despite growing up a Michigan fan, he will look at all schools evenly.
DePriest, from Springfield (OH), is the top OLB in the nation according to scout.com's early rankings, and he recently made the trip down to Alabama to check out the raining national champions. The visit went well and the Crimson Tide could be a force in his recruitment.
Michigan Head Coach Rich Rodriguez stopped by at Trey's high school last week, and it looks like DePriest will attend the next Michigan junior day, which is encouraging.
Ohio State are bound to come into the mix shortly though, they had a poor recruiting year in the class of 2010, topped off by losing the state of Ohio's top LB, Jordan Hicks. The Buckeyes will try to stop a repeat of that this year.