Mitchell Schwartz Profile
Three-star offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz (6-5, 300, 5.3), from Pacific Palisades (Calif.), has received an offer from California, bringing his total to seven scholarship offers.
He denies a leader, but favors Oregon, Stanford, Cal, Michigan, Virginia, Tennessee and Miami. All of those schools have offered except the 'Canes.
"I'm looking to see how I fit in at these schools," Schwartz said. "I want to meet all the coaches and see what they are like. I don't want to rule anybody out yet."
Schwartz's brother, Geoff, attends Oregon and has given his younger brother sage advice. "He told me to stay patient and not to rush it," Schwartz said. "Him being there isn't going to matter. I know the coaches pretty well and I like how well they all work together. They had a great year last season and are a consistent top team. They also have great facilities and a lot of fan support."
Schwartz didn't attend any camps this summer, but says he will try to visit Michigan and Virginia this month. "I love Michigan because they are always in the top 10 and have great tradition. They send guys to the NFL every year.
"Virginia is a good school overall," Schwartz said. "They have a good balance of academics and football and they produced NFL players too."
He says that Stanford seems to be recruiting him the hardest by sending the most handwritten letters.
Schwartz, who says he's a big college football fan, has some predictions for the upcoming season. "I expect a lot from Michigan this year," Schwartz said. "They have a lot of good players and are looking to rebound from last season. I also think Tennessee will have a comeback year."
He reports a 4.0 GPA and a 29 ACT.
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