Plant offensive tackle Tony Posada, who committed to Michigan in August, hasn't said he's decommitting from the Wolverines, but he has decided to look around.
Since Brady Hoke was hired to replace the fired Rich Rodriguez at Michigan, Posada said he has yet to hear from the new coach.
This weekend, the 6-foot-5, 325-pounder is making his first official visit to Mississippi State. Posada said he still plans to make an official visit to Michigan next week, which had been previously planned.
In August, Posada committed to the Wolverines over USF, Texas Tech and Missouri.
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