Molk visits two Big Ten schools

Lemont, Ill., offensive lineman David Molk, a 6-foot-1 and 270-pounder, visited three colleges last week including two Big Ten schools.
I went to Michigan's camp," Molk said. "It was pretty good. I was there for just one day. I worked with the offensive line coach, Andy Moeller. I worked with him one-on-one.
"I toured the facilities afterwards. Then coach (Lloyd) Carr officially offered me at the end of the day."

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It was then on to another college for Molk
"After Michigan I drove down to West Virginia the next day," he said. "I went Tuesday for an unofficial visit. It was good. I talked to the football people. I walked around and talked to everyone."
Molk then headed back to Big Ten country.
"On Friday I went to Wisconsin for an unofficial visit," he said. "It was an academic day. I got to see the business school. I talked to the coaches a little and toured the facilities."
However after the three visits Molk is still not ready to select a college from among his 14 scholaship offers.
"I'm not any closer to deciding," he said. "I'm considering all my offers except the MAC schools. I'll decide sometime before the football season."
Molk has offers from Wisconsin, Michigan, West Virginia, Arizona State, Northwestern, Minnesota, Iowa State, Michigan State, Purdue, Iowa, and Vanderbilt.