Wolverines Back in the Hunt for Ohio QB

Quarterback <b>Robbie Schoenhoft</b> from St. Xavier high school in Cincinnati is one of the top QB prospects in the country. GoBlueWolverine Magazine spoke with him Tuesday upon his return from the Michigan camp. It appears Michigan is back in it for the talented hurler.

When GoBlueWolverine Magazine last spoke with quarterback Rob Schoenhoft from St. Xavier high school in Cincinnati he stated falt out that he didn't want to go to a school where he would sit for four years before seeing any playing time. GBW talked with Schoenhoft again upon his return from the Michigan camp. "Coach Loeffler said right off that if I want to be the best I have to go up against the best," Schoenhoft said. "He's right and I'm not so worried about things with Michigan now as I was before."

Schoenhoft, at 6 foot 6, 235-pounds is almost a clone of former U-M signal caller John Navarre. He is a big kid with a rocket arm. The major difference being he can move much better then Navarre. It seems as though playing time was the topic of the camp for Schoenhoft. "We talked about me red-shirting and whether or not Chad Henne would red-shirt," Schoenhoft said. "One of the high school coaches there said he thought Henne would see some snaps this season. If that happened there would be a two-year gap between us if I red-shirted. I could play for three years, that would be great."

So where do things stand? "I didn't commit but Michigan is way up there," he said. "I have a couple more camps to attend and then I'll be going out to California for the Elite 11 camp, then in July I'll make my decision." Schoenhoft has said all along he would like to have his recruiting over by the time his summer camp started.

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