The 6-foot-3, 290-pound Schilling will also visit hometown Washington on Jan. 14. While many players will make their selections known while in San Antonio, Schilling is planning to wait until after all of his visits are complete. "I'll announce after all my visits but before Signing Day," he said.
Offensive lineman Steve Schilling of Bellevue, Wash., High School checks-in at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl official hotel in San Antonio. Schilling is one of several Michigan targets participating in the game.
While he is listed at 6-5, Schilling appears closer to 6-3. He said he isn't concerned about where he plays for the Army game, but said all of his finalists are recruiting him for the tackle position.
Schilling said he was able to catch most of the recent Alamo Bowl, played on Dec. 28 in San Antonio, with Michigan falling to Nebraska 32-28. "It was a pretty wild game," he said. "I was watching it with someone who doesn't want me to go that far away, and he wanted Nebraska to win. Obviously I wanted Michigan to win."
The top big man said he was honored to be playing in the game, and looked forward to going up against some of the top high school talent in the country. "Not many people get the opportunity to play in this game," he said. "So I'm going to enjoy myself as much as possible and get to know some of the other guys here. I hear a lot about them so it's good to finally meet them."