The 6-foot-5, 285-pounder received an offer from the Frogs on May 30th, giving him eleven offers. Schlottmann had originally attended a Frogs' mini-camp in Katy last week but inclement weather forced the camp to be canceled early. Therefore, Schlottmann and his father made the trip north to Ft. Worth on Tuesday to work out and get more familiar with TCU's campus.
"It was awesome, I liked it up there," Schlottmann said of his TCU visit. "I went up there for the second part of their camp and I did one of the sessions. Coach Williamson had me playing a little center; he wanted to see if I could snap. I did a bunch of blocking drills too, it was good."
After working out for the coaches, Schlottmann took a tour of TCU's campus for the first time. He couldn't pinpoint just one thing that stood out about the visit.
"Everything was awesome; everyone on the coaching staff is real cool. That was really the first time I got to work with the coaching staff. I also got to meet some players. It was all cool," Schottmann said.
"We talked to him for a long time," he said. "It was a conversation on what they're all about and how they do things. It wasn't anything real big."
Although he didn't make a commitment while on his visit, Schlottmann says the Frogs are in a good position for his services.
"They rank up there for me, I really like it up there," Schlottmann said.
Schlottmann's camp stop at TCU may not be his last for the week as he plans to attend a Texas Tech camp. If he's unable to attend, a trip to Lubbock this summer isn't out of the question.
"I might be going to a Texas Tech camp on Thursday and if not I'll probably go up to Lubbock sometime just to take a visit and check everything out," he said.