Linebacker Robert Schenck (6-2, 235, 4.7) from San Marcos (Calif.) Mission Hills is player who really has come on late in the recruiting season. He has five offers from on the table Washington State, Arizona, Oregon, Fresno State and Boston College. He just went on his second official visit to Washington State. His first visit was to Fresno State.
"My visit to Washington State went really well," Schenck said. "Pullman is a great town."
"I like the people out there and it would be a big step for me if I went there," Schenck said. "I really like Washington State's coaching staff."
"Coach Bill Doba is a great guy and Coach George Yarno is a great guy, too," Schenck said. "I didn't commit because I want to weigh my options."
"Boston College is supposed to be setting up a visit with me pretty soon," Schenck said. "I don't think I will take any other visits."
Schenck is getting very close to making a decision and if Boston College doesn't end up tripping him, he's going to sit down and hammer out a decision and it will be between Fresno State and Washington State.
Schenck was selected League Defensive Player of the Year and first-team all-county as a linebacker after racking up 76 tackles, nine tackles for loss, three interceptions, three fumbles caused, two pass breakups and one quarterback hurry. The talented linebacker even had two defensive touchdowns.
On the offensive side of the ball, Schenck rushed for 247 yards and five touchdowns from his fullback position.