Will Johnson, a 5-star cornerback in the class of 2022 who has signed with the Michigan Wolverines, was reportedly told by Jim Harbaugh that the head coach would probably take an NFL job if the right opportunity was offered.

"He told William he was definitely looking and if an opportunity came up, he was probably going to take it," Johnson's father, Deon, told Angelique S. Chengelis of the Detroit News (h/t Paul Harvey of Saturday Tradition). "(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."

That follows reports on Tuesday that Harbaugh was interviewing with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday, which just so happens to be national signing day in college football.

While much of Michigan's work on this year's recruiting trail is done—the Wolverines have the No. 8 recruiting class in 2022, per 247Sports.com's composite rankings—it's hard to imagine a coach fully committed to returning to the school taking an NFL interview on national signing day.