Michigan football has been busy already on National Signing Day, reeling in tight end/linebacker recruit Frank Clark from Cleveland-Glenville High School in Ohio.
Question: Do you think Michigan recruits Cleveland-Glenville well?
Here's a hint: the head coach of that program is Ted Ginn, Sr--father of former Ohio State Buckeyes star, Ted Ginn Jr
The answer is no, Michigan doesn't. Things might be changing though, because Frank Clark is officially a Michigan Wolverine, and his LOI has been sent in.
Frank visited Ann Arbor a couple of weeks ago and was on Rich Rodriguez's radar before he was fired. Brady Hoke, who actually has a good relationship with the coaches at Glenville from his time at Ball State, hosted Frank for the first recruiting weekend under the Hoke era at Michigan.
Frank is a 6'3", 205-pound TE/LB that is a 3-star prospect from both Scout and Rivals services with an impressive offer list including Michigan State, Pittsburgh, North Carolina, Minnesota and California.
Talented on both offense and defense, it is still unclear if Frank will play TE or LB with the Wolverines. Hoke needs help at each after Rodriguez' spread-option recruiting focus left the cupboards bare at both positions.
Frank is a good pickup, but the most exciting part of this story is the reopening of the Glenville pipeline to Michigan. It will be interesting if future Glenville prospects consider the Wolverines.
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