"I went to Notre Dame for a one-day camp earlier this month," Molk told Scout.com
"I was actually disappointed in the competition at the (Notre Dame) camp," he added. "There were a lot of big, fat, lineman there that couldn't move at all. Overall it wasn't bad though. I was also disappointed that we didn't get to compete in one-on-one drills.
"We had a lunch after the camp but the (Notre Dame) coaches all sat in one corner and didn't talk to anyone and I didn't get that. When we left, Coach (Rob) Ianello told me that he'd be in touch."
"Michigan is going to be my last camp of the summer," Molk said. "I still plan on getting out to West Virginia for an unofficial visit but that's about it. West Virginia, Michigan, Wisconsin and Arizona State are the latest schools to offer me a scholarship."
Does Molk have a list of favorites in mind?
"As far as commitment is concerned, I'd like to get it done before the season, hopefully by August."
Molk was an all-state selection as a junior and he's a four-star prospect, ranked as the No. 13 offensive line prospect in the nation according to Scout.com.