OL Steve Schilling Will Visit Michigan

Last season, the Bellevue, Wash., High School football team snapped powerhouse De La Salle's 151-game winning streak. The Wolverines recently had their own 30-game streak end, but bounced back the following week. With his focus on the remainder of his season, Bellevue offensive lineman Steve Schilling took a moment to fill GoBlueWolverine.com in on his recruiting.

On October 28, the team that a year before ended the longest winning streak in the nation had its own 30-game streak snapped when Bellevue High School fell 31-28 to Issaquah. "They just beat us. They beat us off the ball. They outplayed us. They outcoached us," Bellevue head coach Butch Goncharoff told the Seattle Times after the game. "If we're a true Bellevue team, we're going to come out and fight."

And fight on they did; the Bellevue Wolverines bounced back on Friday with a 38-0 thrashing of Newport. The Wolverines clinched the No. 1 seed in the State playoffs with the victory, and are the overwhelming favorite to win their fifth Class 3A title.

Bellevue offensive lineman Steve Schilling had missed three weeks of the Wolverine season with a strained shoulder, but he returned for the game against Issaquah.

Schilling took a moment to briefly discuss his recruiting in an e-mail to GoBlueWolverine.com. "My recruiting is going well," he said. "The Cal offensive line coach, (Jim) Michalczik was at my game a few weeks ago. I have officials set up with Cal on December 9, and USC on December 16. Then I'm pretty sure that I will be going to Michigan on January 14."

Michigan coaches were on the road during the bye-week. However, they didn't stop by Bellevue. "There wasn't a Michigan coach by lately," Schilling said.

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