Breaking Down No. 2 TE Dalton Schultz's Top 5 Teams
According to Schultz on Twitter, his top five consists of...
In no particular order: Stanford Washington Oregon St. Utah Notre Dame— Dalton Schultz (@BinghamBaller9) July 22, 2013
In his piece on the top five, Erik McKinney of ESPN.com reports that Schultz wants to take "at least three official visits" before picking a school. McKinney also reports that Schultz hasn't begun the process of figuring out when or where those visits will take place.
Right off the bat, Notre Dame stands out as the big name. The Fighting Irish are championship contenders until further notice. The history and tradition of Notre Dame football is notable, to say the least.
Stanford and Washington are the other major programs on the list. Here's what McKinney reported in regard to both programs:
There are very few surprises with his list of finalists, as Stanford and Washington have long been viewed as schools that will be in the running for his services. The 6-foot-6, 235-pound tight end has visited Stanford multiple times and maintains a solid relationship with the Huskies coaches as well.
Utah is in a unique position with Schultz, considering the Utes have a sizable "home-field advantage" over the rest of the competition. He's from South Jordan, Utah., which is just under a half hour away from the Utes' home of Salt Lake City, Utah.
Utah does have the commitment of 2-star tight end Joe Tukuafu, but Schultz would definitely be the marquee commit there.
Finally, there's Oregon State, a program that would greatly benefit from the potential commitment of Schultz. Mike Riley and his staff have only landed three commitments so far, two being quarterbacks. Oregon State also didn't sign a tight end in 2013, so the Beavers could provide Schultz with a ton of opportunity.
For the record, six-of-six experts in the 247Sports Crystal Ball predict Schultz will end up at Stanford.
Where do you think Schultz will commit? Let us know in the comments.
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