OL Wisniewski Has Good U-M Camp Experience

Pittsburgh Central Catholic offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski was arguably the top O-line performer at the Michigan Technique Camp. GoBlueWolverine spoke to him and his father about his experience, and what's next for him.

Stefen Wisniewski is 6-3, 285 pounds and has a rock-hard body and excellent strength and quickness. A Michigan camper on Wednesday, he put in a dominating performance -- winning all of his OL-DL one-on-one 'heats'. He was arguably one of the top 5-6 camp performers overall.

Along with David Molk, Wisniewski had one of the two truly outstanding senior offensive linemen performances at this U-M Camp. Unlike Molk, Wisniewski came into camp with a Michigan offer already in his pocket, having attended the Michigan Junior Day this past January.

"I thought I did pretty well," Stefan told GoBlueWolverine. "And I enjoyed myself at Michigan."

What's next for the offensive guard prospect?

"I'm going to Penn State, BC and North Carolina next this summer."

He says he does not have a favorite, and that, "After seeing all four schools I might be ready to make a decision."

Wisniewski's father played defensive line for the Nitany Lions (and looks like he could still line up and take some snaps), so that could be a factor for Stefan -- although he has always maintained that he is wide open.

But father and son both obviously enjoyed themselves in Ann Arbor on Wednesday.

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