One of Michigan’s biggest targets along the offensive line in the 2020 class is 4-star Colorado native Andrew Gentry.
The 6-foot-8, 310-pounder holds offers from the nation’s best programs, including Michigan, Alabama, Notre Dame, Ohio State, Penn State, Texas A&M, USC, Wisconsin and more.
Gentry was originally supposed to visit Ann Arbor last month, but had to ultimately cancel that trip. But he was able to solidify his visit dates, as he told Maize n Brew Wednesday night he intends to unofficially visit Michigan “around May 18” and officially visit from June 21-23.
Getting Gentry on campus twice before the season even begins is huge for the Wolverines. For a prospect from Colorado to visit on his family’s own expense, and then also fly out for an entire weekend a month or so later goes to show his real interest in the program.
As for his other official visits, “it’s looking like Alabama, BYU and Virginia,” Gentry said.
The dates for those visits are still to be determined.
Nothing but good news here for the Wolverines, but they will have to roll out the red carpet on these visits if they want any chance to land a commitment from him down the road. He is being sought after by pretty much every major school you can think of, so it will be an uphill climb. But Warinner has done as good a job as any of Michigan assistants on the recruiting trail since he arrived in Ann Arbor, so it can certainly be done.
In the meantime, you should watch Gentry straight up bully kids in his junior year highlight reel: