Josh Falo Talks Michigan Offer

One of top junior prospects out of the Golden State is Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum junior tight end Josh Falo. He discusses his latest offer from the Wolverines.

Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum junior tight end Josh Falo has double-digit offers and is one of the most coveted prospects on the West Coast. His recruitment has grown over time and he added to that offer total with his latest coming from Michigan.

“I had heard that Michigan offered me through my mom and my reaction to it was I was very excited to receive an offer from them,” Falo told The Michigan Insider. “It’s a true blessing and my recruiting process just got that much more interesting. I was very happily excited to have received one from them. I want to know all about Michigan and would like to build a strong relationship with them.”

The 6-5, 230-pound athletic pass-catching tight end has seen his interest pique in the Wolverines now, but knows it is a program he definitely wants to learn more about and one he hopes to visit in the future.

“Not much do I know, but I would like to know a lot more about them,” said Falo. “I do plan on visiting, but I’m not sure as of right now.

While his familiarity with the Maize and Blue is low, his knowledge of their usage at the tight end position is very appealing to the four-star recruit.

“I really don’t know a lot about Michigan, but that it’s also considered tight end university,” said Falo. “I think that Michigan is a great school the way they use the tight ends and even more great as a team. I know that they’ll involve you some type of way in their program and that’s also great, but knowing that they’re known for using their tight ends opens a lot of things for my recruiting process.”

Schools have taken notice of Falo’s game and his versatility that he brings to the field. Which has made him an early top prospect and a mismatch nightmare for opposing defenses.

“I am very athletic,” said Falo. “I can do lots of things on the field in different positions. You can basically put me anywhere on the offense and I’ll get it done.”

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