Top safety moves Michigan up list 

May, 21, 2012
Four-star safety Leon McQuay III (Seffner, Fla./Armwood), ranked No. 34 in the ESPN 150, took a visit to Michigan this weekend with his father, and both came away with favorable reviews.

"When Michigan first started they were really behind because we already started visiting schools," said the father, Leon McQuay Jr. "They asked if they could make up the difference, and I said anything is possible. From my mind, what we saw, it made up the difference. I just want him to be happy in the major he's looking for.

"We found out they have his major, music production. The music department is on the other end, but he got to see the public studio for the students, which was great."
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