2017 Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin high school five-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell details visit plans, talks Michigan.

2017 Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin high school five-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell details visit plans, talks Michigan.

2017 Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin high school five-star offensive tackle Foster Sarell features an offer list with college football's best programs.

From Alabama to Notre Dame to Stanford to Michigan and of course his hometown Washington Huskies, Sarell isn't short of options for the next level.

One thing Sarell is sure of, he has no idea when a commitment could come.

"I do not," Sarell said. "Not for sure yet. I really need to sit down with my parents to discuss everything."

If a decision comes prior to his senior season getting underway, Sarell is likely to not take any official visits come fall. 

If not, several schools could be considered.

"Unless I do make some commitment, I would like to take official visits to Stanford, Notre Dame and Washington for sure," Sarell said.

"If I decide to go (to Michigan) it would probably be an official visit," Sarell added. "Unless I felt like I needed to get out there but I'm not sure."

Standing 6-foot-6, 300-pounds, Sarell's relationship with the Wolverines continues to advance by the day.

In regular contact with Jim Harbaugh, Tim Drevno and Jay Harbaugh, Sarell says he spends most of his time chatting with the Wolverines tight ends coach.

"I talk to him more than everybody because he recruits in the Northwest. He's a cool dude and nice with everything he says and I think he's doing a good job."

Jay's father Jim is also frequently texting with Sarell while Sarell's potential future position coach does his best to chat up the five-star talent as well.

"(Drevno's) awesome, he's really chill and a cool dude," Sarell said. "He came by the school and they're going to do big things over there, they've got some great recruits."

Sarell says "it is what it is" when it comes to distance from home factoring into his ultimate decision, noting his parents would make it work if he chose to move far away.

As far as what Sarell is looking for, this appears to be a football heavy choice.

"The type of football they play, the style, the coaching, how well I get along with the OL coach, what he teaches," he said. "And then the OL I'm coming into and the guys that are coming in with me. I like pro style."


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