Darion Green-Warren is committed to Oklahoma, but as a 2020 prospect, other teams have plenty of time to try and pry him away from the Sooners.
One of those programs is apparently Michigan.
Green-Warren, a California native, landed a UM scholarship offer on Wednesday.
Tight ends coach Sherrone Moore met with Green-Warren to extend the offer, and the highly-touted cornerback was set to speak with Jim Harbaugh and defensive backs coach Mike Zordich last night.
Darion Green-Warren spoke to Michigan blog Maize N Brew about how things went down yesterday, and his plans for Michigan going forward.
From the SB Nation Michigan site:
"The 6-foot, 183-pound athlete said he’s 'very familiar' and Michigan is 'one of the blue bloods of college football.' He even brought up Charles Woodson and said even more recently they 'have put out some really good defensive backs.'
As for his commitment to Oklahoma, Green-Warren said he’s still solid but he’s going to take visits. His interest level in visiting Ann Arbor is very high.
'Michigan is definitely a place I need to see,' Green-Warren said. 'I’m gonna get on the phone with the Michigan coaches and work something out.'"
Green-Warren committed to Oklahoma back on July 4th last summer.
247Sports ranks him No. 87 overall in the class of 2020. He's the No. 10 cornerback, and the No. 13 player in California.