Michigan landed its second tight end commit in the 2024 class on Tuesday from Rochester (Mich.) Adams four-star Brady Prieskorn.
Prieskorn chose Michigan over other notable offers from Penn State, Ole Miss, Alabama, Georgia, Ohio State, Tennessee and Miami. All eight were featured on Prieskorn’s Top 8 list that was released back in mid-March.
Prieskorn is ranked as the No. 66 overall prospect in the country, No. 5 tight end nationally and No. 2 junior in the state of Michigan, according to On3 Industry Rankings, a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies.
“It was sweet to have all of us together and to see what it’ll be like if all of us went there,” Prieskorn told The Wolverine following his March return visit to Ann Arbor. “It was fun because I haven’t really done that at any other place.”
The Wolverines have now landed two 2024 tight ends with Prieskorn pairing next to four-star Hogan Hansen. It’s the second straight class with tight ends coach Grant Newsome on staff in which Michigan has taken more than one tight end.
Prieskorn has an On3 NIL Valuation of $114K with combined followers on all social media platforms. The On3 NIL Valuation is an index that looks to set the standard market value for both high school and college-level athletes. The NIL valuation does not act as a tracker of the value of NIL deals an athlete has completed to date. It rather signifies an athlete’s value at a certain moment in time.
Rounding out Michigan’s 2024 recruiting class are Top 100 Charlotte (N.C.) Providence Day quarterback Jadyn Davis, Top 100 Cincinnati (Ohio) Archbishop Moeller running back Jordan Marshall, On300 Austin (Tex.) Vandegrift offensive tackle Blake Frazier, On300 Kansas City (Mo.) Rockhurst offensive tackle Andrew Sprague, offensive tackle On300 Harper Woods (Mich.) High defensive back Jacob Oden, On300 Nashville (Tenn.) Ensworth linebacker Mason Curtis, On300 Bellevue (Wash.) High tight end Hogan Hansen, industry four-star Avon (Ohio) High interior offensive lineman Luke Hamilton, three-star Lakewood (Ohio) St. Edward offensive tackle Ben Roebuck, three-star Cincinnati (Ohio) St. Xavier defensive lineman Ted Hammond, three-star Wallingford (Conn.) Choate Rosemary Hall defensive lineman Manuel Beigel and three-star South Park (Pa.) High linebacker Zach Ludwig.
Below are some of the noteworthy reactions social media to Prieskorn’s commitment.
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