Mike Roberts sets another visit

Cleveland (Ohio) Benedictine wide receiver Mike Roberts has not been able to attend any college games this fall, but the 6-4, 240-pound prospect does have a future visit scheduled to see a game at Louisville.
"I haven't had a chance to get out and explore because my schedule is pretty packed, but I am going down [to Louisville] this weekend for the game. I finally will get to see the game atmosphere and see what it is like during game day. I hear they don't have a game where they don't sell out, so we'll see."
This weekend's trip will actually be Roberts' second visit to Louisville this month, but his earlier visit to the school came over Labor Day weekend when the team had played a Thursday night game.

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"I just went down there just to see the place," Roberts said. "He really talked it up on the phone, so I had to see it myself."
Roberts had named Louisville his leader over the summer. The Cardinals still reside high on his list, but other schools are definitely under consideration.
"I am interested in other schools," Roberts said. "The teams showing the most interest I would say are Bowling Green and Ohio. I get a lot of calls from Kansas too every week, and Nebraska also."
Roberts does hold an offer from Kansas, and plans to take one of his five allotted official visits to see the Jayhawks.
"They basically said I can take my official whenever I want," Roberts said. "I am probably going to take all my officials after the season so I can be focused on it."
Roberts is unsure of his exact recruiting status with Nebraska at this time, but knows the Cornhuskers are interested and knows he wants to see Lincoln as well before making a decision.
"I talked to [Nebraska] on Facebook and I'm pretty sure it was an offer - he said he would like to offer me - but maybe I was reading it wrong," Roberts said." To be honest, I don't know anything about them but I want to take an official out there."
Roberts expects to take all five of his official visits before making his final decision. Other schools that have offered include UConn, Kent State, NC State and Toledo.