Will four-star 2017 TE Josh Falo visit Michigan this summer?

2017 four-star TE Josh Falo updates his recruitment with Michigan and more.

Sacramento (Calif.) Inderkum 2017 tight end Josh Falo found out he had Michigan offer last month. And now that he’s had time to think about it, he admits the Wolverines “are pretty up there” in his recruitment.

So naturally, Falo’s next step is to get to Ann Arbor, Mich., and see what the Maize and Blue have to offer.

When will this possible visit happen? Well, if Falo has it his way, it will happen this summer, when he intends on checking out some of his east coast offers. 

“I want to see everything,” Falo said of U-M. “I want to see what’s so special about Michigan. I want to see if it’s one of those different places.

“They are obviously not next door,” Falo said of the Wolverines. “I would like to go anywhere where I can extend my football career. Michigan is a great school. I know they use tight ends and stuff and they got Jim Harbaugh, who makes everyone better.”

Furthermore, Falo added his thoughts on playing in Harbaugh’s offense that feature tight ends more than any other school in the country.

“Seeing the way he uses tight ends is great,” Falo said. “He knows how to use every tight end. There is not one tight that he has that he doesn’t end up using. He knows how to use the talent that he has. And me being in his offense as a tight end would just be great.”

Other than the Wolverines, Falo says Miami (Fla.), Louisville and Oregon are a few of notable offers at the moment. Also, Falo says he’s been on campus visits to USC, UCLA and California.

Having already been on school visits, Falo admits he has a certain criteria he is looking for on his trips.

“How the environment is like,” Falo said. “How their players develop and how they treat their people, stuff like that. Where the school is and located. I want to see how the weather is out there.”

As far as decision timeline, Falo says he’s looking to make it after his senior season.


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