Michigan football expected to host 4-star 2025 offensive tackle

Things are picking up for Michigan football on the recruiting trail and here's the latest on four-star offensive tackle Marcus Garcia.

Michigan tight ends coach Grant Newsome talks to players at a timeout during the second half of
Michigan tight ends coach Grant Newsome talks to players at a timeout during the second half of / Junfu Han / USA TODAY NETWORK
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If you haven't noticed, Michigan football is getting active again on the recruiting trail.

Sherrone Moore has always been a tremendous recruiter and if you doubt him at all, look at the way he has been able to retain players on the current roster, losing only Keon Sabb in the 30-day transfer window opened by the departure of Jim Harbaugh.

A huge part of college football is recruiting your own roster now. But Michigan football has built a championship culture and Moore was a huge part of that.

Latest on 4-star OT Marcus Garcia

The Wolverines are starting to establish their priorities in the 2025 class and one recruit to keep an eye on is four-star offensive tackle Marcus Garcia out of Texas. He's 6-foot-5, 265 pounds out of Denton, Texas. He's also ranked 330th overall according to the 247 Sports composite rankings.

Garcia has a visit scheduled to Michigan football in March. He is also taking visits to Nebraska, Florida, Florida State, Ole Miss, Penn State, and Washington. Garcia has more than 30 offers total and talked about his visit to Brice Marich of The Michigan Insider.

“I’ll be there on March 24th,” Garcia told The Michigan Insider. “Yes, first time. I’ve been traveling a lot in state, so looking forward to seeing what’s outside these Texas borders. I’m looking forward to connecting more with (Head) Coach (Sherrone) Moore and (Offensive Line Coach Grant) Newsome. Moore is recognized as one of the top offensive line coaches in the industry and Newsome has been with the program as a offensive line player and coach for a decade. When you talk about producing offensive linemen for the NFL, you can’t go wrong with this duo.”

With Moore and Newsome, Michigan football should be able to land some talented recruits on the offensive line, just like they did in the 2024 class and going much farther back than that. Even though the Wolverines graduated six starting-caliber O-lineman, the pipeline is full of talent.

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The Wolverines will be adding to their group in the 2025 class and Garcia is definitely a name to keep on eye on at offensive tackle.