Robert Schenck has given Pat Hill a soft verbal, but the linebacker/defensive end still has one more visit before he makes a solid commitment.
"I gave them [Fresno State] a 'soft' verbal because I wanted to make sure I had a spot," Schenck said.
He also made a visit to Washington State recently, and Arizona might be still in the running but falling behind FS, WSU and Washington, where he will visit this weekend.
Schenck is looking for playing time, and is slotted to play middle linebacker or running back in college. Fresno State middle linebacker Dwayne Andrews will be a senior and his back up, Kyle Goodman graduated. Schenck could step right into the depth chart as a true freshman, and be a three year starter starting in 07.
He liked his trip to Washington State but one look at the depth chart and all you see is freshman and sophomores. UW may have shot at stealing Schenck because his cousin was a Huskie.
Hill and the Bulldogs seem to have the leg up on this under radar superstar. He measures 6 feet, 2 inches, weighs 235 pounds, runs the 40 in 4.54 seconds and the 100 in 10.6. He also benches 320 and squats an amazing 660 pounds.