Scottsdale (Ariz.) Chaparral four-star defensive end Craig Roh has lined up his first official visit.
The 6-foot-5, 230-pounder is scheduled to visit Michigan on August 29th for the Wolverines game weekend against Utah. Michigan has emerged as one of Roh's top schools, along with Nebraska, USC, Arizona State and UCLA. Cal, LSU and Stanford are also involved.
This will be a return visit to Michigan for Roh.
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After vacating in Western Michigan this summer, they swung by campus in Ann Arbor to check things out.
"I got to see how they operate and it just seems like a big family," Roh said after the visit. "It seems like they are doing something really big down there too and they're going to be really good. What I saw up there is that the transition they are making seems to be a very good one from big and maybe a little slow to fast and energetic.
"I felt I saw enough to make my conclusions about that school. They are definitely at the top of the list right now; they're in the top group. Michigan's as good as any of the other schools I've seen."
Ranked as the No. 8 weakside defensive end in the nation, Roh is also the No. 3 player in Arizona. As a junior he earned first-team all-state honors after recording 99 tackles, 45 tackles for a loss and 16 sacks.