Sarell Talks U-M Offer, Possible Visit

Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin 2017 OT Foster Sarell discusses his latest offer from Michigan and more.

Graham (Wash.) Kapowsin sophomore offensive tackle Foster Sarell has risen up the rankings as one of the top offensive linemen on the west coast, which led to tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh to offering the five-star standout.

“Coach Jay (Harbaugh) told my head coach and then my coach relayed the message to me about the Michigan offer,” Sarell told The Michigan Insider. “It was good and humbling! I’m just thankful for it! I am definitely interested to see what they all about. Michigan is a big time place.”

The 6-foot-6, 300-pound tackle is far away from Ann Arbor, so his familiarity in the Wolverine program is slim, but he does know their rich history of putting lineman in the NFL.

"I don’t know a whole lot about Michigan, so all I know is that they are a big time college and have put good offensive linemen in the draft,” said Sarell.

Could the Maize and Blue fans possibly see Sarell make the long trek over to Michigan in the future?

“Yeah, maybe I will visit,” said Sarell. “It wouldn’t be this year though because I’m busy with basketball.”

Already ranked as a five star prospect by Scout, the talented lineman has collected quite a few offers.

“My recruitment is going pretty good right now and I do not have a top list,” said Sarell. “I am hearing the most from Stanford, Washington, Nebraska and UCLA.”

So what does Sarell bring to the football field that makes him such a highly coveted recruit?

“I’m technical and physical, but athletic at the same time,” said Sarell. “I still need to work on just more technique and understanding schemes and just stuff like that.”

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