Michigan beats out B1G competition for commitment from key OL prospect in class of 2024
Michigan is riding a hot streak in recruiting with an impressive start to the 2024 recruiting class. On Friday, the Wolverines added another key piece, beating out some key B1G programs in the process.
The player is Jake Guarnera, a 6-foot-4 and 290-pound interior offensive lineman out of Ponte Vedra High School in Florida. He revealed his commitment to Jim Harbaugh’s program from a group of finalists that included Penn State, Rutgers, Florida and NC State.
Go Blue! 〽️ @UMichFootball @Coach_SMoore pic.twitter.com/pFoFIY7BgD
— Jake Guarnera (@GuarneraJake) April 28, 2023
According to the 247 Sports Composite, Guarnera is a 3-star recruit for the class of 2024. He’s the No. 28 IOL prospect nationally for the cycle and is the sone of Jim Guarnera, a DL for Rutgers during the 1990s.
Guarnera joins a 2024 recruiting class for Michigan that includes 4-star OTs Andrew Sprague and Blake Frazier, 4-star IOL Luke Hamilton and 3-star OT Ben Roebuck. It’s looking like another strong group of building blocks for OL coach and OC Sherrone Moore to work with in the future.