Michigan doubled up on Monday with two commitments.

Shortly after flipping standout safety Ivan Taylor from Notre Dame, the Wolverines added another blue-chip recruit to their 2025 recruiting class.

Andrew Olesh, one of the top tight end prospects in the country for 2025, is the newest Michigan pledge. He shared the news on social media with help from Hayes Fawcett of On3.

Out of Center Valley (Pennsylvania) Southern Lehigh High School, Olesh is listed as measuring over 6-4 and weighing 215 pounds. On the 247Sports Composite, Olesh is rated 4-stars, the No. 3 player in the state of Pennsylvania, No. 5 tight end and No. 118 recruit overall in the 2025 recruiting class.

Olesh was highly sought-after, picking up scholarship offers from 30 schools, including Michigan State, Rutgers, Indiana, Auburn, Miami, Tennessee, Texas A&M and others.

In April, Olesh narrowed his focus to Michigan, Alabama, Florida, Missouri, Penn State, Florida State, Ole Miss and Pitt. He trimmed things even further ahead of Monday’s announcement, announcing that Michigan, Penn State, Florida and Alabama were the four finalists.

Over the course of May 31-June 23, Olesh visited his four finalists, with the campus visit to Ann Arbor wrapping things up.

Landing Olesh gives Michigan 15 commitments for its 2025 recruiting class, which ranks No. 11 nationally on the Composite. Wolverine fans can get a preview of what Olesh brings to Ann Arbor by checking out highlights from his junior season in the Hudl video below: