A day after Michigan offered a scholarship to Austin Stogner, the Wolverines extended one to another tight end.
On Wednesday, Ryland Goede out of Kennesaw Mountain (Acworth, GA) became the football program’s second 2019 tight end prospect offered in as many days, and fifth overall at the position in the recruiting class.
“From what I know, I love them,” he said of Michigan. “Can’t wait to build my relationships with them.”
Which includes a visit to Ann Arbor “at some point this year”, according to Goede.
Michigan has also offered tight ends Isaiah Foskey (De La Salle, CA), Blake Hinson (Deltona, FL) and Logan Lee (Orion, IL) with an additional nine for the 2018 class.
Last month, Goede received an offer from Ole Miss and took an unofficial visit to Auburn.
“I love both of them,” he said of the two SEC programs. “They both have great staffs and both utilize the tight end. I’m looking forward to building those relationships as well.”
Since the start of the new year, the junior to be had landed offers from Notre Dame, UCLA, Ohio State, LSU, Florida and Alabama, which he made an unofficial visit to see in July.
“I love the staffs and just the way they make time for the recruits and players,” Goede said. “The way they run things is top notch.”
This past Fall, he made unofficial visits to Clemson and Auburn following an offer from another SEC school, Tennessee.
— Ryland Goede (@rylandgoede10) May 3, 2017