One of the top 2019 offensive linemen in the Midwest is Akron (OH.) Archbishop Hoban offensive tackle Nolan Rumler. The massive road grader is closing in on 20 scholarship offers, but his first offer came from the Wolverines and has been a place he's gotten familiar with visiting. He traveled up again this past weekend for Michigan's annual spring game and thoroughly enjoyed his experience.
“The visit went great,” Rumler told The Michigan Insider. “I spent a lot of time with (Offensive Coordinator) Coach (Tim) Drevno and (Head) Coach (Jim) Harbaugh. I met some signees and commits. Another successful visit. They impress me every time I go up there.”
“Coach Drevno said that he wants me as a guard and we just talked about football and high school. Just continuing to build our relationship. I was in Coach Harbaugh’s office for awhile and we talked about when he offered me as a freshmen, the academic side of Michigan, and my school. My relationship is good with them because they've been recruiting me for a while.”
The 6-foot-4, 290-pounder was also very impressed by the game day atmosphere the Michigan spring game captured.
“It was great,” said Rumler. “There was a good amount of people there. The Big House is really something special.”
Rumler still maintains his high interest towards the Maize and Blue because of a number of reasons.
“I like Michigan a lot,” said Rumler. “The coaches are very honest and will get the best out of you. They're a very successful program. They have the most wins in college football. The Big House is very special and the academics are great.”