The last time Andrew Stueber was on U-M’s campus, he was competing at Michigan's “Big Man Camp” trying to earn an offer. An offer he would earn after a stellar one day performance, and eventually committing to the Wolverines’ 2017 class shortly after.
On Saturday, the three-star standout made his way back to Ann Arbor for his second visit, this time as a commit, as he soaked in U-M’s recruiting event “Barbecue at the Big House” with fellow commits and top recruits.
“The first time I was here I was just trying to take it all in,” Stueber admits. “Now, it’s just settling in; ‘this is happening; I’m really coming here.’ I still can’t believe it, to be honest. I don’t think it will set in till I get here. I’m loving every second of being (at Michigan).”
Stueber says he also enjoyed his time at U-M’s barbecue event, as well.
“I thought it was great to finally meet the people in my class who are committed,” Stueber said. “I thought it was also great to talk to some of the recruits who are thinking about Michigan. I really enjoyed trying to recruit them and it really help solidify my recruitment again. Seeing the coaches again was awesome. This was my mom’s first time, I wanted her to get out here and see it. Overall, I just thought it was great.”
That being said, was there any particular prospects Stueber was trying to recruit to Michigan? Well, to no suprise, he says there were two top offensive linemen he was talking to frequently about U-M.
“I spent a lot of time with Isaiah Wilson,” Stueber said. “I think he is great player and a great person as well. I think he is considering here heavily. Aaron Banks is interested in Michigan, too. I think they are both considering Michigan heavily. I thought they were having a lot of fun in everything we did. I was talking to them about the process and pushing Michigan too.”
In the meantime, however, Stueber says he’s focused on finishing his career at Darien on a high note. “I’m focused on enjoying my senior season,” he said. “I want to do the best I can and hopefully win another state championship.”