U-M’s OL History Stands Out to Carroll

Edina (Minn.) 2019 offensive tackle Quinn Carroll has been very hot on the recruiting trail, picking up several offers including one from the Wolverines. He discusses that offer and more inside

One of the fastest rising sophomores in the country is Edina (Minn.) 2019 offensive tackle Quinn Carroll. The talented youngster is now up to 11 offers with one of his latest coming from a program he highly admires in the Michigan Wolverines. A big reason why is what the Maize and Blue have produced over the years from the offensive line.

“Coach Boltmann relayed the offer to me from (Defensive Line) Coach (Greg) Mattison,” said Carroll. "I’m fired up about the Michigan offer. This completely changes my recruiting process. The history of the Michigan offensive line stands out to me. They have a production rate like none other and are going to stand out to other schools to possibly recruit me in the future.”


With new schools entering the mix each week, the 6-foot-6, 275-pounder is still doing his research and checking out several schools. 

"No, not yet (have I put together a top list),” said Carroll. “I’m just taking time to gather information on each school before I even narrow it down. I will be visiting Michigan on the 29th and I am also visiting Ohio State, so in one whole weekend I will be able to experience decades of rivalries and traditions.”

When Carroll does make that trip to Ann Arbor, he will be eager to meet the headman himself Jim Harbaugh and starting that bond.

“He is one of the best coaches in college football and I look forward to meeting him,” said Carroll. “I’m just excited to develop a relationship with Michigan.”

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