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Major Michigan football commit jumps 170 spots in new rankings update

A major Wolverine commit jumped an impressive 170 spots in the updated 2024 class rankings.



Michigan football commit, Blake Frazier
Nov 27, 2021; Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA; Michigan Wolverines tight end Erick All (83) and wide receiver Cornelius Johnson (6) celebrate a touch down at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

The evaluation of the 2024 high school class is ongoing, and with frequent shifts in rankings, it can be challenging to predict its final outcome. However, the recent updates provide some clarity for the 2024 Michigan football recruiting class. One standout player, Blake Frazier, a four-star Michigan football commit and the son of former Michigan national champion Steve Frazier, experienced a significant rise in the newest ON3 Industry Rankings, jumping an impressive 170 spots.

Major Michigan football commit jumps 170 spots in new rankings

Frazier has played a crucial role as a member of the 2024 Michigan football recruiting class, which currently holds the No. 2 ranking in the country, trailing only the Georgia Bulldogs. Standing at an impressive 6-foot-5, Frazier is an elite offensive tackle hailing from Vandergrift High School in Texas.

Alongside his formidable size, Frazier has also emerged as a vocal leader within the class, actively working to attract more talented players to Ann Arbor before National Signing Day arrives.

With the latest rankings update, Blake Frazier climbed from No. 347 nationally to an impressive No. 177 in the ON3 Industry Rankings. His commitment to Michigan and his exceptional performance have contributed to the Wolverines’ sustained top-ranking position.

Moreover, the three leading recruiting services recognize Frazier as a significant four-star prospect, placing him among the nation’s top 200 players. Rivals, in particular, rates him highly, ranking him at No. 52 in the class. However, ESPN, for reasons unknown, continues to list him as a three-star recruit, which is a notable outlier in his rankings.

Blake Frazier could continue to climb

Although Frazier’s new ranking positions him just outside the top 175 nationally, there is a strong likelihood that his standing will continue to rise throughout the upcoming season. His dedication and talent make him a promising prospect for Michigan football, and he is expected to make further strides in his rankings as he progresses.

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