If Michigan Offers Scholarship or Walk-On, 2020 WR Karamba Kaba will Commit

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If Michigan Offers Scholarship or Walk-On, 2020 WR Karamba Kaba will Commit

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If Michigan Offers Scholarship or Walk-On, 2020 WR Karamba Kaba will Commit

Hailing from Ann Arbor (Mich.) Pioneer High School, 2020 wide receiver Karamba Kaba lives in Michigan football territory.

Kaba does not have a college offer yet, but he said the Wolverines seem interested. If Michigan delivers a scholarship or preferred walk-on, the wide receiver claimed he would commit on the spot.

The 5-foot-10, 176-pound receiver was at Michigan for an unofficial visit on Nov. 17 and had the chance to catch up with Director of Recruiting Matt Dudek and the players.

“My recruitment has increased a lot with Michigan in the last month,” Kaba said. “The recruiting staff came to my counselor to talk about my transcripts, so that shows me they are highly interested in me.

“I’m showing the same love back.”

When Kaba envisions himself playing college football, he sees himself in a maize and blue uniform. He compared coach Jim Harbaugh’s group to a big family that always shows love and care.

“I just feel welcomed and literally can talk to the coaches about anything,” Kaba said.

The 2020 prospect is closest to Dudek and passing game coordinator Pep Hamilton. He also spends time with fifth-year senior cornerback Brandon Watson, who always gives Kaba tips to improve his game.

“I love the guy because he cares about me as a person, not just a football player,” Kaba said of Dudek. “He’s a trustworthy coach.”

Of all people, Kaba’s favorite is Larry Prout – the heartbeat of Michigan football.

“Larry really motivates me and always keeps me smiling,” Kaba added.

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