Michigan has made the final four for an in-state prospect.
Detroit Country Day High School’s Caleb Tiernan, an offensive tackle in the class of 2021, revealed his top four schools on Twitter Thursday afternoon and Michigan made the list.
Northwestern, Ohio State and Penn State are the other three schools.
Blessed for this opportunity! Thank you to all the coaches for making this an amazing experience. With that being said these are my top 4 schools Recruitment open. Edit: @Hayesfawcett3 pic.twitter.com/b1zsotWlzE— Caleb Tiernan (@CalebT00) March 19, 2020
Tiernan is 6-foot-7, 275 pounds and is from Livonia, Mich. He’s a three-star prospect according to 247sports composite. He has a rating of .885 and is the No. 368 player nationally and 11th in the state of Michigan. All five crystal balls are in favor of the Wolverines.
He has 18 offers according to Rivals, most of which are from Big Ten schools. He is a four-star prospect on Rivals with a 5.8 rating.
He has said he is placing a high emphasis on education in his decision-making process.