GoBlueWolverine caught up with Super All-American tight end Greg Olsen (6-6, 240 lbs., 4.7 in the 40) from Wayne Hills, New Jersey. from Wayne Hills, New Jersey.
Have you narrowed down your choices to a top-five that you plan to visit?
"I've got three visits scheduled that I feel really good about. That's Notre
Dame (Dec. 6), Tennessee (Dec.13), and Michigan (Jan. 10). The other two are still up in the air."
What other schools are you looking at for the last two visits?
"Mainly Florida State, Miami and Syracuse. Those are the main three."
What position is Michigan recruiting you for?
Is that where most schools are recruiting you – do you have a preference between offense or defense?
"They've all pretty much told me that I can play wherever I want. I'll probably be a tight end."
You visited Michigan in the spring. What did you think of that visit?
"Oh yeah, I really liked it. I got to talk to the coaches, and see the facilities, and watch a practice. It was really good."
Is Chris (his older brother, a freshman quarterback at Notre Dame) trying to push you to join him at all?
"Well yeah, he's trying to get me there a little, but when it's time to decide he'll sit back and leave it up to me."
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