One of the most sought after offensive linemen in the 2020 class is Broken Arrow, Oklahoma native 4-star Andrew Raym.
After de-committing from Oklahoma last May, Raym has been open-minded about his recruitment and has taken visits all around the country, including to a couple SEC schools in Arkansas and LSU.
One school he is interested in that he has yet to visit is Michigan. Raym admitted to Maize n Brew it will be a little while before he visits Ann Arbor — or any school for that matter.
“I can’t plan (any visits) with baseball going on every weekend,” Raym said.
Because of his baseball obligations, Raym said he “probably” won’t make it out to Michigan for an unofficial visit until June. However, he also said plans to use an official visit to Michigan in the fall during a game day.
Raym said he speaks with Michigan coaches “every week,” so the interest remains mutual between the 6-foot-5, 300-pounder and the U-M coaching staff.
Raym is the No. 1 player in the state of Oklahoma, No. 4 offensive guard and No. 75 overall player in the 247Sports composite.