Wideout impressed with U-M hospitality 

November, 30, 2011
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It has been said a lot but not exaggerated how big this past weekend was for Michigan recruiting. The game was a success on the field and on the impressions it left with visiting prospects. It was essentially the last big show Michigan could put on for the 2012 class, and it was imperative that it go well.

The uncommitted prospects who were visiting were some of the important prospects left on the board for the coaching staff, and they included wide receiver Jehu Chesson (Chesterfield, Mo./Ladue Horton Watkins).

The coaching staff is very interested in Chesson (6-foot-3, 182 pounds), and this visit helped him gain a better understanding for what Michigan is all about.
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