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Gatlin Bair visits Michigan Wolverines, calls it 'once in a lifetime experience'

Burley (Idaho) elite wide receiver Gatlin Bair had a stellar visit to Michigan

In a battle of undefeated teams, the Michigan Wolverines defeated the Ohio State Buckeyes 30-24 in a thrilling rivalry clash. 

The contest allowed Michigan to showcase its program to top recruits.

One of the marquee names in attendance was Burley (Idaho) elite wide receiver and Boise State pledge Gatlin Bair.

The 6-foot-2, 195-pound pass-catcher is re-evaluating his recruitment following Boise State's firing of head coach Andy Avalos.

In his original recruitment, Bair was strongly considering Michigan, Oregon and Boise State before choosing to stay home. 

After his weekend trip to Ann Arbor, it seems clear he is once again very high on the Wolverines.

"It was super cool... once in a lifetime experience," Bair said. "The fans were amazing and it was a great game."

What stood out most to the nation's No. 35 overall prospect

"How physically-developed the whole Michigan team was," he said.

Bair has kept his overall recruiting thoughts close to the vest, but he is clearly still considering Boise State, Oregon and Michigan. 

And Jim Harbaugh's program just made a big (and lasting) impression.