Michigan lands three-star OT Andrew Stueber
Andrew Stueber, a three-star offensive tackle from Darien (Conn.) High, has committed to Michigan’s 2017 recruiting class, he said Saturday.
Stueber (6-6, 290) earned an offer from the Wolverines following UM’s Big Man camp at Michigan Stadium last Saturday.
“First I would like to thank all the programs and coaches who have recruited me,” Stueber wrote on Twitter. “It has been an amazing and humbling time in my life. After much consideration and discussions with my family, coaches, and supporters, I am excited and proud to announce that I have committed to the University of Michigan!”
Penn State and North Carolina were among the other programs heavily pursuing Stueber, who is ranked the No. 43 offensive tackle for 2017 by Scout.com.
Stueber is the 16th commitment in Michigan’s 2017 class.
"The camp was awesome," Stueber told Scout.com’s Brian Dohn last Saturday. "Coach (Tim) Drevno is experienced, and he knows so much about the offensive line positions. It was such an incredible learning experience.
"I was really happy with the way I performed. I won a lot of the competitions. Coach Drevno was pleased with what he saw and everything worked out the way it did."