Michigan knows that to excel and succeed on offense, it all starts up front. That’s why the Wolverine coaching staff has been active on the recruiting trail this spring identifying future biguglies. One that was recently targeted Owings Mills (Md.) McDonogh sophomore offensive tackle Jordan McNair. Offensive Coordinator Tim Drevno had saw enough from the talented lineman to offer him a scholarship in mid-April.
“Coach Drevno came to my school and (my coach) told me that they were going to offer me,” McNair told The Michigan Insider. “I was really excited when I found out. I hadn’t really been in contact with them. Coach Drevno talked to my dad before they offered me. I’m very interested in Michigan.”
“I like the style of play and the tradition of the program,” said McNair. “They always have been a power house in the Big Ten. I’ll be visiting in the summer, but it’s not set up yet.”
The 6-5, 286-pounder also holds offers from Illinois, Maryland, Ohio State, Penn State, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin. His stock is clearly rise, and so is too is interest from big time programs. Even so he isn’t in any rush to make a decision.
“I don’t have a top list,” said McNair. “I’m looking for a school where I feel the most comfortable and where I feel I can benefit the most from.”
McNair is working this off-season on his technique and just trying to get in better shape and stronger