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Michigan football legacy recruit drops a major hint for his recruitment

One of the Wolverines’ top targets seemingly dropped a massive hint regarding his recruitment on Twitter.



Michigan football legacy recruit, Blake Frazier,
October 20, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines players hold up their helmets after the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

In 1997, Steve Frazier and the Michigan Wolverines won the program’s first national title since the 1940s. It was monumental for the Michigan football team, led by Lloyd Carr at the time, and reasserted the Wolverines as one of the top teams in the sport. Now, nearly three decades later, Michigan could land Steve’s son as a top member of its 2024 recruiting class — Blake Frazier, a Michigan football legacy recruit, is dropping some major hints on his Twitter account regarding his recruitment.

Who is Blake Frazier?

Blake Frazier is one of the Wolverines’ top 2024 recruiting targets at the moment and is a massive offensive tackle prospect nationally. Frazier — a Michigan football legacy recruit — is rated as a four-star offensive tackle by On3 and is ranked as the No. 275 player in the 2024 recruiting class, the No. 27 offensive tackle, and the No. 54 player in the state of Texas.

Standing at 6-foot-6 and weighing in at 270 pounds heading into his senior year of high school, Blake Frazier already boasts a college-ready frame and a great deal of talent to match. Landing Frazier would be massive for a Michigan recruiting class that already ranks among the best in the nation (top 3), according to 247 Sports.

Michigan football legacy commit drops major hint on his Twitter account

On Wednesday afternoon, Michigan legacy recruit Blake Frazier seemed to drop a massive hint on his Twitter account. As seen below, the Michigan football prospect and highly sought-after offensive lineman posted a photo of himself as a child wearing the winged helmet.

If this means what many think it means, Frazier might wind up in the Maize and Blue just as his father did before him. If Frazier does commit to his father’s alma mater, the next goal will be bringing a national title home to Ann Arbor for the first time since Steve Frazier’s team did it in the late 1990s.

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CJ has covered college athletics in paid roles for around five years, including numerous sports and beats. His most recent work revolves largely around Penn State and Michigan football and basketball as a member of the credentialed media at both schools. Right now, CJ writes for Blue by Ninety, where he also serves as the site's credentialed football reporter. He also does some credentialed basketball coverage. Previously, CJ has made stops with sites like GBMWolverine, Saturday Blitz, Steeler Nation, and more.