Three B1G teams make final cut for 4-star, Top 100 offensive tackle
Three B1G teams are finalists to land one of the nation’s top offensive tackles in the 2021 recruiting class.
Four-star tackle Garrett Dellinger revealed his final four on Wednesday, leaving three B1G teams in the mix. Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State are the three candidates from the conference to land the top 100 prospect in the class. LSU is the lone team outside of the B1G to make the cut.
Dellinger is a native of Clarkston, Michigan and has received 16 offers during the recruiting period. He would be a huge asset to any of the four programs included in the final four.
Big decisions coming.. #final4
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— Garrett Dellinger (@GDellinger2021) May 13, 2020
Dellinger is a 6-foot-6, 277-pound lineman who ranks as the No. 80 overall prospect in this year’s class. He’s also listed as the No. 12 offensive tackle and the fifth-best talent out of Michigan.
Allen Trieu of 247Sports compared Dellinger to former Michigan State offensive lineman and current Tennessee Titans player Jack Conklin. He’s currently projected to be a future second- or third-round NFL prospect.