Fifth Quarter reports that Michigan football has landed another highly-touted recruit. The Wolverines secured a commitment from four-star offensive tackle, Nolan Frazier. The 6-foot-8, 315-pound Frazier is ranked by 247Sports Composite as the No. 207 overall recruit and No. 17 tackle in the nation.
Frazier reportedly had 25 offers before committing to Michigan. He visited the school during its spring practice window and was impressed enough to seal the deal shortly after. Frazier’s father, Steve Frazier, played at Michigan and was a member of the 1997 national championship team.
In his commitment post, Frazier mentioned that he dreamed of playing at Michigan since watching the team beat Ohio State in the Big House for the first time in several years. He had thought the same thought many times before and credited his father as being his role model. Now, both are Michigan Wolverines.
This is another positive step for Michigan, who has been on a recruiting tear in recent weeks. In March, the school hosted dozens of prospects on unofficial visits during its spring practice window. This led to five players committing since March 21st.
The Wolverines currently have the third-ranked recruiting class nationally. If the school can continue to pick up commitments from highly-ranked players like Frazier, Michigan could be in for a successful future on the gridiron.