Marc Damisch added offers from Bowling Green, Central Michigan and Western Michigan today, giving the 6-foot-5.5, 275-pound offensive tackle from Buffalo Grove High School a total of five offers. Damisch also received a pleasant surprise in the mail this week that he was happy to share with Scout.com.
"I picked up offers from Bowling Green, Central Michigan and Western Michigan recently," Damisch explained. "I also received a nomination to play in the All-American game in San Antonio, so I was really excited about that. Hopefully that is something I'll be selected for down the line, but it felt good to be nominated."
Damisch stated that he liked Bowling Green because they are historically very competitive in the MAC and plans to visit all of these schools around the same time. This summer he plans to camp at Illinois, Indiana, Iowa State, Wisconsin, Western Michigan and Northwestern.
"I know Central Michigan won the MAC last year and then the Motor City Bowl as well," Damisch stated. "I think the biggest thing that stands out to me about them is their coaching staff because I already feel very comfortable with Head Coach Butch Jones and Coach (Mike) Bajakian. I really think those guys have that program headed in the right direction at this point."
"I went out to Western Michigan last summer for a visit on my own and really liked what I saw there," Damisch said. "The campus was very nice and the stadium was top-notch."
Damisch now holds offers from Army, Toledo, Bowling Green, Central Michigan and Western Michigan. He has participated in both the San Antonio and Chicago Scout.com Combines and has set no time frame for a decision.
Damisch Holds Five
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