The last time Michigan ventured up to Traverse City West for a prospect in was in pursuit of future All American tackle Jake Fisher. Saturday the Wolverines landed a commitment from a player in Ryan Hayes that T.C. West coach Tim Wooer thinks is every bit as good.
Hayes marks the second offensive line commitment the Wolverines have received this week.
In terms of physical development, Ericson is further along with tremendous size and power. Petit-Frere’s upside at tackle, however, is at the top of the chart.
Traverse City (Mich.) West offensive tackle Ryan Hayes, a four-star prospect, had planned on a late summer decision, but is now thinking that timeline has been accelerated.
One of Notre Dame’s top offensive tackle prospects has never actually played the position. So what would the Irish get in Ryan Hayes? His high school coach drew a couple NFL comparisons to explain.
Traverse City (Mich.) West four-star offensive tackle Ryan Hayes talks recent visits to Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame, and where he stands following those.
The Insider Report highlights Notre Dame’s major recruiting weekend in the trenches, where the Irish could be close on a couple commitments. While the offensive line is the focus, there could be a move on a top defensive tackle too.
Scout takes a look at a talented 2018 class in Michigan and where some of the top uncommitted recruits may end up.