Michigan legacy, 4-star OT announces commitment to Wolverines
Blake Frazier is following in his father’s footsteps. The son of Steve Frazier will be a Michigan offensive lineman.
Blake took to Twitter on Sunday to announce that he has pledged to play for the Wolverines.
I guess we all knew this was coming… Go Blue 〽️ @Coach_SMoore @AKarsch_UM @UMichFootball @VHSFootball @RecruitVandyFB @Rivals @samspiegs @EJHollandOn3 @SWiltfong247 @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/OmnCgKLUFY
— Blake Frazier (@_BlakeFrazier) April 16, 2023
Out of Vandegrift High School in Austin, Texas, Frazier is listed as measuring 6-5, 260 pounds. On the 247Sports composite rankings, Frazier is rated 4-stars, the No. 17 offensive tackle, No. 38 Texas recruit and No. 207 prospect overall nationally in the 2024 recruiting class.
Frazier has picked up scholarship offers from 25 programs during his recruitment. On March 31 he named a final 5 of Michigan, Clemson, Florida, LSU and Texas. It’s no surprise that U-M won out, considering Blake’s father Steve played for the Wolverines from 1995-to-1999.
— Blake Frazier (@_BlakeFrazier) April 5, 2023
YES SIRRR! BIG TIME Physical and relentless addition to the BOYZ UP FRONT!! This one knows what it means to be a Michigan Man!! #GoBlue🔵 #Hail〽️ #SMASH👊🏾 pic.twitter.com/mrDYysiVCs
— Sherrone Moore (@Coach_SMoore) April 16, 2023
With Frazier on board, Michigan now has 12 commitments in its 2024 class. Frazier’s junior highlights can be viewed below, via Hudl: