Ever since the loss of Anthony Standifer, Michigan has been searching for another cornerback in this class to go along with Terry Richardson.
Yuri Wright looked to be the best and most likely option, but things couldn't have gone downhill any faster. Now that he's out of the question, Armani Reeves definitely looks like the best (and only), option at cornerback.
However, his recruitment has been extremely tricky. Currently, he is technically committed to Penn State, but he is taking visits and looking heavily at two other schools: Ohio State and Michigan.
Reeves and high school teammate, Camren Williams, were once thought to be a package deal. Well, that didn't bode well for Michigan, seeing as how Williams is a linebacker and Michigan is already well stocked at the position.
With Williams recently committing to Ohio State (via Boston.com), it is unknown whether Reeves will follow him there or not.
It would not be a surprise to see him stick with Penn State, or see him end up at Ohio State or Michigan, either.
Honestly, I have no idea what he will do—he is one of the toughest recruits to predict. Your guess is as good as mine.