"I'm going to start up at Wisconsin then go to Michigan, Michigan State, Indiana and Purdue. I'm going to knock them all out at once. I haven't decided if I'm going to take any officials, so I want to see as many schools as I can right now."
Rollins will be paying close attention to the academics, campus and facilities at each school but is in no hurry to make a decision. Wake Forest remains in the picture for Rollins' services.
"They're still in there," he said. "I heard from them recently and I receive a lot of mail from them. They've got a bright future ahead. That's why I like them. There are different things I like about all the schools I'm looking at."
In addition to Wake Forest and the Big Ten schools he plans on visiting Rollins is interested in Central Florida, LSU and South Carolina, among others.
As a junior at Chaminade, Rollins recorded 83 tackles, seven sacks and six interceptions. He is a three star prospect and the No. 28 outside linebacker in the nation according to Scout.com.
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