Schofield Takes Official to UM

Michigan hosted a couple of big offensive linemen this weekend. One of them was commitment Michael Schofield. The Orland Park Sandburg product talked afterwards about some of the things he saw and the time spent with the current players and other recruits.

Already solidly committed to Michigan, Michael Schofield's official visit still was not for naught. He had a chance to see some things he hadn't on previous trips to Ann Arbor.

"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.

"We hung out with Patrick Omameh and his recruit was Marcus Hall, we were hanging out with him too. He (Hall) seemed like he liked it."

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.


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