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Michigan offensive lineman Carlos Vettorello details his recent college roadtrip

Michigan offensive lineman Carlos Vettorello details his recent college road trip with stops to Minnesota, Oregon and Oregon State with Scout.com.


"I visited Minnesota for their spring game last weekend, and then I went out to Oregon and Oregon State this last week, so I've been busy," Michigan offensive lineman Carlos Vettorello said to Scout.com. "At Oregon State, I just toured the facilities and then met some of the players and the coaches. The Beaver coaches are really nice, and everyone in Oregon was nice when I visited. As far as location goes, I was born on the west coast, so I like it out there, plus I have an uncle that lives out there too. At Oregon, the facilities are second to none and their coaching staff is great too. Oregon's got a high reputation for all of their facilities, and it still passed my expectations. It was unbelievable and I didn't expect the coaching staff to be that great. At Minnesota, I got to the stadium right before their spring game started and it was just me by myself, but it was great. I got to talk to with offensive line coach Ed Warinner and he told me he liked the way I played. We also talked about Taylor Decker as he got to develop him, and Decker is one of my favorite players. I just like the way he plays the game with physicality and I feel like I play like that."


"Schools that are recruiting me the hardest right now are probably Syracuse, Minnesota, Oregon and Oregon State," Vettorello explained. "Some schools that are standing out though are Minnesota, Vanderbilt and Oregon right now. I'm going to try and have a decision by the beginning of the summer ideally. Academics are important to be along with football as I'm thinking about going into architecture / engineering / business. I like architecture as ever since I've been a kid, I've loved going to cities and looking at buildings, so I think it's something I might want to go into. As far as other visits I have coming up, I'm going to try and get out to Syracuse and Boston College again here soon."

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