2014 QB reciprocates U-M interest 

July, 30, 2012
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The BBQ at the Big House gave Michigan coaches a chance to show how much they like certain players. But for 2014 quarterback target Coleman Key (Broken Arrow, Okla./Broken Arrow), it gave him a chance to show Michigan how much he likes them.

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“I think this showed the coaches how much I really am considering Michigan,” Key said. “It’s far away from home but that doesn’t matter. They’re one of my top schools and I’m not afraid to go away from home.”

Key participated in the Wolverines’ summer camp and gave coaches a chance to see the firepower the 6-foot-4 pocket passer brings to the field. But the Wolverines have yet to offer the rising junior. In fact, the only school to jump on board so far is Arkansas State.
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