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Three-star OL narrowing things down

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Three-star offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz (6-6, 300, 5.28) from Pacific Palisades, Calif., is having a standout senior season and could very soon name his visits.
"My parents and I are trying to figure out what dates work," Schwartz said. "Since I play on Friday's it kind of hard to get to the East Coast schools. I kind of like Cal, Stanford, Oregon, Virginia and Tennessee."
"Tennessee has been recruiting me for a long time," Schwartz said. "They play in a tough conference and they have a tradition of being good."
"I took an unofficial visit to Virginia in August and I really liked what I saw," Schwartz said. "I like the coaching staff and the offensive line coach (Dave Borbely).
"The team (Virginia) has a real good vibe to it and they get along real well. They seem to enjoy being around each other."
"Stanford is a great school," Schwartz said. "Even without football, Stanford is nationally known. I also like the coaches at Stanford as well."
"With Cal, I really like their offensive line coach Jim Michalczik," Schwartz said. "He has done a good job getting his players ready for the NFL. Just last draft, he had three guys drafted."
"My brother goes to Oregon so I have had a relationship with them the longest," Schwartz said. "The players and the coaches work well together at Oregon and they have fun."
Rivals.com ranks Schwartz as the nation's No. 29 offensive tackle prospect for the class of 2007 and he is a member of the Rivals.com California top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 46 player at any position
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