Dace Richardson to Visit Ann Arbor

Offensive lineman <b>Dace Richardson</b> from Warrenville South High School in Wheaton, Ill. told GoBlueWolverine Magazine Sunday evening that he is heading up to Ann Arbor for a game. He was also in attendence during Michigan's 28-20 loss to Notre Dame and gave his impressions of both teams.

"I talked to Coach (Andy) Moeller on Thursday," Dace Richardson said. "We talked about when I was coming up for an official visit but then I told him I was coming down for the Michigan-Iowa game this Saturday. I'll be going up with a couple friends, Tony (Moeaki) is going up with us too."

Warrenville South is off to a 4-0 start this season. Richardson reports between 25-30 pancake blocks in the first four games.

The 6 foot 6, 300-pound Richardson was in the stands for Michigan's 28-20 loss to Notre Dame on September 11. He said he knew the Irish were going to win. "I thought Notre Dame was much more aggressive then Michigan," he said. "I had a great time but it didn't really change my impression of either school one way or the other. I like them both."

Richardson said that while he hasn't set up any official visits yet, some of the schools he is considering for trips are USC, Iowa, Tennessee, Michigan, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, and Notre Dame. "I'm not sure when I'll take all my visits," he said. "I'm going to try and take one or two during the season."

Warrenville South visits Naperville North this Friday.

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