The Michigan Wolverines’ 2019 offensive line haul was impressive, and their 2020 haul could be just as impressive, if not more so.
One offensive lineman in the 2020 class Michigan is taking a close look at, and keeping in contact with all the time, is 4-star Andrew Gentry.
The 6-foot-8, 290-pounder from Littleton, Colorado received his U-M offer back in May. Since then, he has received offers from Ohio State, Florida and Notre Dame.
Gentry is being heavily recruited by Michigan offensive line coach Ed Warinner, who was a big help in bringing in that impressive 2019 offensive line haul.
“I hear from (Michigan) quite a bit. I usually hear from coach Warinner about five times a week,” Gentry told Maize n Brew. “I really like coach Warinner. He’s definitely a really cool guy, and I love what he’s done with the (offensive line) this year.”
The No. 1 player in the state of Colorado in the 2020 class, Gentry has a few schools in mind he wants to visit this spring.
“I plan to visit Michigan, Ohio State, Notre Dame and a couple of others,” he said. “I’m planning on taking them in April and June.”
Gentry admits he isn’t exactly sure which month he will get to Ann Arbor, but he is excited to see “the academic side of things, as well as football” when he does make the visit.
With his visit plans in place for April and June, Gentry said he is “thinking this summer” is when he would want to commit to a program. It sounds like if Michigan is really serious on its recruitment of Gentry, the program should want to roll out the red carpet when he makes those visit plans official. There would not be a ton of time in between the visit and his commitment to a school, so it is imperative Michigan makes his visit a memorable one.
Gentry is No. 15 offensive tackle and No. 116 overall player in his class, according to 247Sports’ composite rankings.
Check out highlights from Gentry’s junior season below.