Lamont Wade felt that he was good enough to warrant an offer from his dream school, Michigan.

Michigan did not reciprocate those feelings. At least not initially.

According to the four-star 2017 cornerback, there was some definite disconnect with the Wolverines during the recruitment process. He took to Twitter to explain why the Wolverines weren’t one of his final eight choices:

This type of thing has certainly happened before. A similar story surfaced about Ohio State and Urban Meyer.

Usually, however, you don’t see a series of tweets on the matter.

Wade went on to say that Michigan had done plenty of research on him and that they had visited his school “several times.” That’s obviously only one side of the story. Michigan won’t get a chance to address the matter directly with Wade being an unsigned 2017 recruit.

The Clairton, Pa. has Ohio State and Penn State in his final eight, both of which he’s expected to take official visits to before announcing his decision in December.

Perhaps Wade will travel to Columbus for the regular-season finale against Michigan.