Andrew Devlin Profile
GoBlueWolverine chatted with Pittsburgh tight end/ offensive tackle Andrew Devlin (6-6, 250, 4.9) from Mt. Lebanon High School. He is working hard on getting a Michigan offer.
Have you talked to Michigan since you sent them your film?
"I talked to them Wednesday and they said they haven't looked at it yet so I think I'm going to send them another one tomorrow."
When are you planning to visit Michigan?
?"I'm planning on visiting on the 29th of July, just to see the campus. I've never been there before so I'm excited to visit."
What are your top schools?
"My top five schools, in no particular order, are Virginia, Boston College, University of Pittsburgh, Wisconsin, and Michigan. All have offered me except Michigan."
Have you visited the other schools already or planning to take any more visits?
"Yes, I've been out to see them all except Michigan and I want to see them all before I decide."
What's your timetable look like?
"I want to decide before my season starts. I'm really trying to narrow it down right now. Of the schools that have offered me, no one school is leading."
"If Michigan did offer me, they would be my leader."
Devlin is a top student, with an 1850 SAT score to his credit.
And for a further report on the big tight end, read the Andrew Devlin With Allen Wallace interview as well.
Andrew Devlin Pursuing Michigan Offer
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