"I don't have a leader or a top five right now," said Schilling. "I know that I'm interested in big name schools like USC, Miami, Michigan and Tennessee. I also am into and considering the local programs like Washington (first to offer), Oregon and Washington State.
"I'm looking to take up 'til May to establish some better relationships with some of these coaches out there. I'd like to cut my list down to five schools throughout the summer and closer to the beginning of the season," he said.
"Oregon has been sending me the most overall mail and I've gotten a lot of personal letters from schools like Tennessee and Nebraska.
"It was nice to have Washington be the first school to offer me. I was really surprised and honored by it. They're close to home and it's easy to get there. But I think that receiving all of the offers I've gotten has been an honor.
"I'd like to make my decision on a program towards the end of the season and closer to Signing Day," he said.
"So far I've taken unofficial visits to Washington, USC and UCLA. I decided to go take visits to USC and UCLA because I was out in Los Angeles a couple of months ago visiting my half-brother Michael Tudor.
Schilling has not attended any JR Days or combines. He is undecided on his plans for the summer.
Bellevue won state and finished 13-0 last season.
"I really don't keep any stats on myself at my position. And the coaches don't do that either," he said.
"I'm great at run blocking and I'm quite agile for my size. I move well for a big guy. I want to work on continuing to improve my speed and size. I want to be more of a leader this season and get better at pass blocking."
Bench: 350/Power Clean: 260/Vert Jump: 26"
3.72 GPA/March 12 first-time SAT/April 9 first-time ACT--scores unreported