The Michigan football coaching staff has been busy this week spreading out and offering prospects throughout the entire country. Thursday, the staff made its way through the state of Washington and offered a pair of the 2017 class' top offensive lineman.
The biggest, and least surprising offer, went to Foster Sarell (Graham, Washington). This is an offer many expected to come sooner or later for awhile.
Sarell is a five-star prospect and the third-ranked player at his position in the class, per the 247 Composite.
The other offensive tackle offered was Henry Bainivalu (Seattle, Washington), per his Twitter account.
Incredibly grateful to be able to say I've been offered by Michigan today! Thank you to my coaches and family! pic.twitter.com/hPgHW9ypep— Henry Bainivalu (@HBainivalu) May 21, 2015
Bainivalu is a four-star prospect and the 12th-ranked offensive tackle in the class, per the 247 Composite.
Michigan has made the offensive line a huge priority on the trail as Jim Harbaugh's staff tries to build depth at all positions. Development at those positions will be key to the turnaround in Ann Arbor.