Schilling Back from USC; Will Narrow List

The official visits for offensive lineman Steve Schilling are now complete. The five-star prospect returned Sunday from his trip to USC, and will now begin the process of narrowing down his list. He spoke with GoBlueWolverine.com about his plans for announcing his final choice.

Five-star offensive lineman Steve Schilling of Bellevue, Wash., High School has now completed his official visits. He returned from USC on Sunday, and spoke with GoBlueWolverine.com about the visit, and how he will come to his final decision. "The trip was good, we just got back," he said. "We ate a lot and I did get to see a guy that is at USC who I haven't seen since elementary school. Now I have seen all the schools and will start to narrow things down." He added that his mom and dad made the trip with him.

Schilling told GBW recently that he was planning on announcing his decision on Jan. 27. "I'm probably going to have it down to three by tomorrow or Tuesday," he said. "Then by Friday I'll have it down to two, then I plan on calling the coaches and telling them of my decision." He said he would contact the coaches of the schools he drops during the week.

The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Schilling has kept his thoughts on his recruitment very close to the vest, and that hasn't changed now that he has completed his visits. "I'll get to sit down with my family and look at what each school has to offer," he said. "The visits weren't much different, but it gave me a chance to really look at each school."

The finalists for the No. 3 offensive lineman in the country according to Scout.com are USC, Michigan, Cal, and Washington.

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