Michigan made the top 10 for 2018 three-star offensive tackle Jerome Carvin, out of Cordova High School, located in Tennessee.
Carvin announced his top 10 via twitter, this afternoon.
Carvin’s top ten consisted of: Alabama, Arkansas, Auburn, Memphis, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Mississippi, South Carolina, and Tennessee.
“Michigan has a rich tradition, and when Coach Frey and Coach Jay Harbaugh came to my school we had a great conversation,” Carvin told MnB on what made Michigan stick out. “Michigan has a history of putting offensive linemen in the NFL.”
Carvin likes what he sees in all of the schools and expects to make a decision after all of his official visits.
“All the schools have been known at producing players into the NFL, developing offensive linemen, and also great academics, along with many other things.”
“I have a bond with Coach Jay Harbaugh, Coach Drevno, and Coach Frey, but all the coaches are really great people.” Carvin on his bond with the coaches. “Coach Frey sees me at OT and Coach Drevno sees me at OT or OG.”
“Some factors that will be going into my decision will be academics, relationship with the coaches, an opportunity to play in the NFL, and my development as an offensive lineman.”
Michigan has three offensive linemen in the fold for the 2018 class, that includes: offensive guard Emil Ekiyor, and offensive tackles Ryan Hayes and Jalen Mayfield.
Carvin has visited every team in his top ten other than Arkansas and Michigan, so he expects to take visits to those two.
Carvin’s highlights can be found here: