As one of the undervalued prospects in Coach Guy Morriss' 2006 signing class; Jeremy Michel (6-5, 280, 5.2) is ready to bring his success in Florida to Baylor. Jeremy earned class 5A second-team all-state honors and was selected to participate in the PAL Bowl and the Florida Athletic Coaches Association North-South Football All-Star Classic in Florida.
Jeremy was a late addition for the Bears, but with his 380 pounds bench press and 470 pound squat, Coach Morriss feels like he could be a great addition to the Baylor offensive line.
Michel chose the Bears over offers from Louisville, Vanderbilt and Cincinnati. "Michel has some impressive offers from some good programs, I look forward to watching his career at Baylor," comments Glen Oskin, former starting lineman at Baylor.
The Bradenton, Florida prospect is excited about the opportunity to play for Baylor. He can see success in the future with Baylor, and looks forward to contributing to that success.
Look for Michel along the line in the near future. Oskin comments, "He is a guy that has big size and good footwork, I think he will be a strong contributor in the future."
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