Nolan Rumler and several other recruits in the 2018, 2019 and 2020 classes came to Michigan for a Poole party on Saturday.
Michigan football is hosting Rumler, a 4-star guard from Akron (Ohio) Hoban High School and 2019 commit, as well as 2019 defensive tackle target Mazi Smith and 2020 guard Justin Rogers on campus this weekend. Part of their visit included a trip to Crisler Center for the men’s basketball game against Minnesota. Students in the Maize Rage cheering section were dressed in beach party attire for a party in honor of freshman guard Jordan Poole.
The Wolverines offered Rogers, from Oak Park, Mich., earlier in the day, as well as 2020 tight end Caden Clark, a teammate of Rumler’s at Hoban. Linebacker DeaMonte Trayanum, another Hoban player, was offered by the Wolverines earlier this week. He also was making an unofficial visit.
I am blessed and honored to receive an offer from university of 〽️ichigan pic.twitter.com/8ysA8j6dJd
— Justin Rogers (@AllAmerican52JR) February 3, 2018
Smith is a 4-star prospect from East Kentwood High School in Grand Rapids who is the No. 4-ranked player in the state of Michigan for the 2019 class and the No. 8 defensive tackle in the country, according to the 247Sports composite. He also has offers from Notre Dame, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State.
Among other recruits making unofficial visits were 2018 Holland (Mich.) tight end Luke Buckman, 2018 tight end Ramsey Baty of Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Archbishop McCarthy, 2019 linebacker Marcel Lewis of Clinton Township (Mich.) Chippewa Valley, and 2018 running back Tariq Reid of Davison (Mich.). Reid received an offer as a preferred walk-on this week.