Aaron Scott ‘still confused’ about decision between Michigan football and Ohio State

Recruit Aaron Scott visits Ohio Stadium during the Ohio State, Michigan game.Aaron Scott
Recruit Aaron Scott visits Ohio Stadium during the Ohio State, Michigan game.Aaron Scott /

Four-star cornerback Aaron Scott will announce his commitment later this week and it sounds like he still doesn’t know if it will be Michigan football or Ohio State.

Michigan football fans should be pleased with the 2024 recruiting class put together by the Wolverines.

Despite the rankings drop for Jadyn Davis, the Wolverines still got one of the best quarterbacks in the 2024 class, as well as elite running back Jordan Marshall, and some key pieces along the offensive and defensive lines.

Brady Prieskorn is ranked No. 71 overall in the 247 Sports composite rankings right now, which has him sixth among tight ends and No. 2 in the state of Michigan.

So there’s a lot to really like. The Michigan football class is still ranked in the top five according to the team rankings by 247 Sports for the 2024 class, yet, the Wolverines could use an elite defensive back and one just happens to be deciding this week.

That’s Ohio cornerback Aaron Scott. We just wrote about Scott this weekend and how all the expert projections were favoring Ohio State right now.

The On3 prediction machine has the Buckeyes as a heavy favorite and between 247 Sports and On3, eight experts have put in predictions for OSU, while none have for Michigan football.

Aaron Scott’s recruitment isn’t over

That’s not a good sign for Michigan football. However, there’s still reason for the Wolverines to have hope. Scott Tweeted on Monday morning that he still hasn’t decided where he’s going to go and that he was “still confused.”

Michigan football has done a really good job in this recruitment, from Steve Clinkscale on down. Even Charles Woodson and others like Marcus Ray have taken to social media to encourage Scott to spurn the Buckeyes for the Wolverines.

I see why all the experts favor Ohio State. It doesn’t seem like there is any strong intel suggesting Scott will choose the Wolverines. But there also doesn’t seem to be a reason to give up just yet.

Next. Michigan football is undefeated against these teams. dark

Michigan is giving the top-100 talent from the Buckeye State something to think about and we’ll see if he chooses the role of the villain this Sunday.