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Zach Drevno receives Preferred Walk-On offer from Michigan

Tim Drevno’s son may be playing for the Wolverines

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Michigan’s offensive coordinator had a special event transpire last night, when his son, Zach Drevno, received a preffered walk on offer from Michigan:

The Center/Longsnapper plays for Saline High School in Michigan. Standing 5-11, 220 pounds, RubioLongSnapping.com gives Drevno a 4.5/5 star rating.

Special Teams coordinator Chris Partridge is the one who extended the offer to Drevno, "Coach Partridge told me that he knows how hard I have been working, and that's a huge part of being a great snapper.”

His father, Tim Drevno, was a proud man and tweeted out his jubilation:

By all accounts, Zach Drevno has earned this offer, and has received interests from other schools such as the University of Southern Florida and University of Miami (Ohio) to name a couple. The father/son dynamic makes this offer a bit special.

"I'm just honored to be his son. He's a great, and respected coach, but an even better father. It's a great opportunity that not a lot of kids have, to play for the same person that taught you the game from such a young age." Zach said.

Zach Drevno is keeping his recruitment open for the time being, but it should come as no surprise if he does decide to play for Michigan.