Seattle offensive lineman Steve Schilling has made his decision of schools -- and he has picked the Wolverines!
Schilling, Scout.com's No. 12 prospect, is Michigan commitment No. 18.
Schilling picked the Wolverines over Cal and Washington, after dropping USC earlier in the week.
Although he played offensive guard in the U.S. Army All-American game, Schilling is a future college left tackle -- aggressive, quick, fast, and with those long arms that O-tackles would kill for (see photo above). During the drills during Army week, he was arguably the West's best O-lineman.
For more, click on the: Seattle Times commitment story.
Wa. OT Steve Schilling Picks Michigan!
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