Michigan landed it's 16th commitment of the 2017 class in 6'6 290 pound offensive tackle in Andrew Stueber. Andrew is a big man from Connecticut and was a camp offer. Coach Drevno got to work with him personally and an offer quickly came after.
Andrew not only works hard of the field, he takes care of business in the classroom as well. The best example of that is in his offer sheet: Harvard, Yale, BC, Northwestern, Virginia, Duke, BC, PSU, Maryland, Syracuse, Pitt, UNC, Vandy and Tennessee.
Andrew is a bit under the radar even with that nice offer list. He is across the board 3 star as CT doesn't exactly churn out top talent on a regular basis. He seems like a Harbaugh type of kid and will have a chance to compete early if he can get on campus in January.
I like this pick up, he is a big man with something to prove at a position of need. He is also a great student.
Andrew is the second OL in this class and I think the staff will look for 4-5 more in this class as last year was a bit light.
I don't expect Michigan to be on any "now available" 2016 Baylor recruits.
- John O'Korn who has been a regular at the Manning Passing Camp for a few years, was named Co-MVP over the weekend. Many of the top QB's in college were in attendance. That has to be a good sign!