2019 Four-star OL prospect Nolan Rumler commits to Michigan



Michigan earned an early recruit for their 2019 class Saturday as four-star offensive line prospect Nolan Rumler announced that he will be a Wolverine.

Standing at 6-foot-4 and 290-pounds and out of Archbishop Hoban High School in Akron, Ohio, Nolan held offers from Ohio State, Alabama and Michigan State among other. And although he’s positioned as a tackle, it’s believed Rumler’s longterm spot will be moved to the inside to guard.

Rated as the No. 123 overall player in the 2019 class per the Scout rankings, Rumler is also listed as the No. 15 tackle and the best to come out of Ohio at the position in two seasons.

Despite, coming out of Ohio, Rumler is very much Michigan fan due to his family’s ties to the State. Here’s what he told Matt Wenzel of MLive.com about those ties and what it means to get the opportunity to play for Michigan:

“I’ve been a Michigan fan since I was born,” he said. “All my family is from Michigan and they’re all Michigan fans so that’s always the team I’ve rooted for.”

“It’s just really a great place to be, everyone there is happy to be there,” Rumler said. “They’re all willing to help you, they’re happy to wake up every day and be a Wolverine. Obviously, they’re a great academic school … obviously they’re a great football program. Just how they are to prepare you for life after (football) is amazing.”

Although I usually don’t like commitments coming this early in the process, Rumler seems to be a solid yet raw player. Likewise the connections to the State don’t have me concerned that he’ll withdraw his commitment between now and national signing day in 2019.

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