Muller Talks Weekend Michigan Visit

The Keystone State lineman made in a visit to one of his top schools, trekking to Ann Arbor to take in the Michigan Wolverines. GoBlueWolverine caught up with the youngster to get his thoughts on the visit and whether there is a potential decision on the horizon.

Chris Muller, a 6'6" 300 pound offensive tackle from Boyertown (PA), started a Midwest visit and was able to take in several schools in the area, including the Michigan Wolverines.

"I mean, it was a great visit," Muller told GoBlueWolverine. "I got to meet everybody. I met the athletic director and Coach Hoke. It was just a good experience to really learn what Michigan is all about."

A constant theme for the Wolverines in this recruiting class was again portrayed to Muller -- the significant need for lineman.

"They were saying this is a great chance for me to come in and play early because they only have so many linemen on scholarship."

Being from Pennsylvania, the trip to Michigan isn't nearly as far as some prospects trek, and it appears Muller is interested in staying in the area.

"The distance isn't really that bad, and I'd want to stay in the Big Ten because it's just good football. And they are known for linemen."

The Wolverines didn't only present the offensive line tradition or the opportunity that exists there.

"They also talked about how it was a great degree and that wherever I go it's the largest living alumni base."

Without actually saying it's a final or official list of schools, Muller implied that the narrowing down process has begun, and the Wolverines are right in the thick of things.

"I'm interested in Michigan, South Carolina, Penn State, Michigan State and probably Rutgers. The ones I just listed are probably the ones I'm looking at most deeply."

With a narrowed down list, and return visits possibly on the horizon, there is a chance that a decision could come at anytime from Muller.

"I'm trying to get a decision before my senior season. I'm going to probably visit the schools again that I'm interested in. I just have to talk to my parents."

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