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Michigan football: Wolverines offensive line group keeps getting better

The 2024 Michigan football offensive line is being assembled at an elite level right now.



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Oct 20, 2018; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines offensive lineman Cesar Ruiz (51) gestures to Michigan State Spartans defensive tackle Gerald Owens (41) during the first quarter of a game at Spartan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

The Michigan football offensive line class of 2024 is off to a strong start, as five linemen have already committed before May 1st. With the latest commitment, the Wolverines’ O-line group is expected to be nearly complete heading into summer ball. Let’s take a look at how Michigan’s 2024 recruiting class is shaping up for the offensive line unit.

Michigan football landing some top-ranked offensive linemen

Michigan Wolverines secured a significant commitment yesterday from Jake Guarnera, a three-star composite lineman for the class of 2024. Guarnera becomes the 15th hard commit for the Wolverines and the fifth offensive lineman in the class. Among the five recruits in the Michigan football offensive line class, three are four-star recruits while the remaining two are three-star recruits, as per the composite rankings. Notably, depending on the outlet, Ben Roebuck, a three-star composite tackle, may be considered a four-star recruit.

Michigan football offensive line recruiting: Offensive tackles in the 2024 recruiting class

The 2024 Michigan football offensive line class has already secured commitments from three exceptional offensive tackles: Ben Roebuck, Ted Hammond, and Blake Frazier. All three players have been rated as four-stars by at least one of the major recruiting outlets.

While Ben Roebuck is a three-star composite tackle hailing from Lakewood, OH, he is still an impressive addition to the class. Roebuck is ranked as a top-500 recruit in the 2024 class, the No. 32 offensive tackle, and the No. 15 recruit in the state of Ohio. Interestingly, Roebuck is the only three-star composite tackle in Michigan’s class, as the other two tackles are both four-stars.

Aside from Roebuck, the Wolverines’ 2024 recruiting class has also secured commitments from four-star tackles Blake Frazier from Texas and Andrew Sprague from Missouri. Both players are ranked among the top-220 recruits in the class, making them promising prospects for Michigan.

Two offensive guards round out the 2024 offensive line class so far

Michigan football has not only secured commitments from three talented offensive tackles, but also a few impressive interior linemen. The Wolverines have landed four-star Luke Hamilton and three-star Jake Guarnera, rounding out their 2024 offensive line class, assuming they are content with it as it stands.

Luke Hamilton, a four-star interior lineman, is a top-25 recruit at his position in the 2024 class and is expected to make a significant impact for the Wolverines. Additionally, Michigan football recruiting recently added Jake Guarnera, another interior lineman who many believe will be upgraded to a composite four-star recruit by the time the 2024 recruiting class is re-evaluated later this summer.

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