2020 QB RaeQuan Beal After BBQ Visit: '(Michigan) Has Really High Interest in Me'

2020 QB RaeQuan Beal After BBQ Visit: '(Michigan) Has Really High Interest in Me'

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2020 QB RaeQuan Beal After BBQ Visit: '(Michigan) Has Really High Interest in Me'

Detroit (Mich.) Renaissance 2020 pro-style quarterback RaeQuan Beal only has one offer, but his recent unofficial visit to Michigan on July 28 for the BBQ at the Big House might be the reason for everything to change in the near future.

While the Wolverines are not ready to offer at the moment, Beal said Michigan has “really high interest” that will eventually turn into a scholarship opportunity.

“I think if I do what everyone expects me to do, which is go out on Friday nights and ball out like I usually do, then they’ll have no choice but to offer,” Beal added.

During the camp portion of the BBQ, Beal worked with Michigan quarterbacks coach Pep Hamilton. Even after the camp was over, the duo stayed late to grind on the rising prospect’s game.

“I got to bond with the coaches and eat some great food,” Beal said. “We were with our position coaches and they taught up a bunch of things we need to work on. I can’t wait to come back.

“Coach Pep was giving me tips based on my game. He was mostly focused on me. Then, we did extra work after.”

Beal also had the chance to pick the brain of Toledo (Ohio) Whitmer 2020 three-star quarterback Riley Keller, who already has seven offers under his belt. Beal and Keller gave each other tips during the camp and the three-star prospect was able to help the unranked quarterback understand the recruiting process.

Being coachable is the most valuable asset to Beal’s game. The second is being a hype man – winning or losing, on or off the field.

“Coaches love coaching me. I’m a happy and respectful player. I bring excitement to practice every day. I just have that high-energy boost that coaches love coming from a quarterback because I’m a great leader on-and-off the field.”

The 6-foot-4, 200-pound quarterback was offered by Central Michigan on Jan. 23. He started on varsity as a sophomore in 2017 and is a phenomenal pitcher on the baseball diamond.

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