As previously reported, Michigan offered two of their top 2012 targets today– Nick Stauskas and Sherron Dorsey-Walker, a 6-4 wing out of Detroit Pershing. Dorsey-Walker played for R.E.A.C.H. Legends over the summer during AAU ball and had a very strong AAU season. We have video and an interview with Dorsey-Walker from early September here.
It was tough for Sherron to put his reaction to Michigan’s offer into words.
“I was real happy. It was an honor to hear from U of M. I can’t really express how I feel right now (laughs), I’m just real happy,” Dorsey-Walker said.
Sherron has no set list at this point and he hasn’t ranked the schools who have shown interest in him. However, he seems to really like Michigan.
“They got great coaches, I love their style of play and they’ve got great surroundings. It’s a great environment out there.”
Sherron was in Ann Arbor for the football team’s game against Bowling Green and was supposed to come to town for the Michigan State game on Saturday but won’t be able to make it (instead attending the Styles 3 Elite Showcase). He plans on taking at least one more visit during football season. At this point, he has no timeframe for when he would like to commit. Sherron also has offers from Baylor, Indiana, Dayton, Drake, Western Michigan, Central Michigan, Oakland and Fairfield.