"I was fun," he said of his visit, "My host was Rocko Khoury. We took all the academic visits and I got to see all the facilites and take a tour of campus, which I hadn't really seen before."
In addition to Khoury, Schofield also ran into several other current player and a potential future line mate.
A few of Schofield's own classmates were on campus as the Wolverines have several early enrollees.
"I saw Anthony Lalota, he said he likes it so far. I didn't see anyone else, I think a couple of them went back home this weekend because they live real close like William Campbell."
Schofield is fresh off a good senior season and he followed that up by drawing good reviews at the Mainland Bowl, an All-Star game he played in last month.
After those performances, the Wolverines have high hopes for the 6'6, 275-lb offensive tackle and after his visit to Michigan, he is also ready to start his college career.
"The visit was really fun. I got to see more of the campus and that was good."
Schofield says he is undecided on his major.