Zach Robertson recently landed an offer from Michigan, is planning a schedule of official visits but also wants to make his commitment in the next few weeks.
The four-star offensive tackle from Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco said UCLA remains his favorite and he wants to make his decision shortly. Then a round of official trips is being worked out for the fall with some big-time stops on the calendar.
"UCLA is still my top," Robertson said. "I'm still open. I'm definitely going to be committing soon even in the next couple weeks. Even after I commit I want to take my officials."
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Michigan is the latest offer for Robertson, a 6-foot-5, 308-pound four-star who looked good this summer at the B2G Elite Camp.
The Wolverines are absolutely getting an official from Robertson and it could be for the Penn State weekend in October.
"That's a huge offer," Robertson said. "With their history and they're such a great program, it's a for-sure visit. I'm not sure when I'll be able to go there but it's definitely a huge offer for me.
"When I talked to coach Darrell (Funk) he told me I had an offer from them a long time ago. I guess it got mixed up. That's what he was telling me so it's crazy."
For Robertson, trips to UCLA, Michigan, LSU and Arizona State are basically worked out. He wants to visit Baton Rouge for the Ole Miss contest and Arizona State in early November when it hosts Notre Dame.
The UCLA date is undecided but the four-star offensive lineman said it could be either the Stanford or USC weekend - and by that time he should definitely be committed someplace.
"I want to save my last one and I'm debating between Washington or somebody else," Robertson said.