Jim Harbaugh is courting a potential return to the NFL, and it is starting to look like he is serious about a potential move.

One report trickled out Tuesday evening that Harbaugh had plans to accept a job in the NFL. He is interviewing with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday and is expected to accept the job if offered.

Another report from Tuesday also provided some insight from the father of an incoming freshman at Michigan. Angelique Chengelis with The Detroit News reportedly spoke to Deon Johnson, father of 5-star CB Will Johnson who signed with the Wolverines in December.

The elder Johnson said Harbaugh spoke with his son on Monday about the possibility of going to the NFL: “He told William he was definitely looking and if an opportunity came up, he was probably going to take it. (Harbaugh) told him he felt the team was gonna be good, they’re gonna win a lot of ballgames, they’re gonna do a lot of good things. But he wants to chase a Super Bowl. That’s one of the things on his list is to be a Super Bowl-winning coach.”

If Harbaugh does leave, the timing is less than ideal for the Wolverines. National Signing Day is Wednesday, and the program just lost DC Mike Macdonald to the Baltimore Ravens. All of that is without mentioning the possibility of some existing staff members following Harbaugh to an NFL destination.