A top and Versatile four-star TE commits to Michigan

2025 four-star TE Andrew Olesh commits to Michigan

As 2025 four-star Andrew Olesh revealed his commitment to the maize and blue on Monday, Steve Casula just struck a home run for his first pledge as the tight ends coach of the Michigan Wolverines.

Olesh is the second recruit to commit to Michigan today; just prior to Olesh’s announcement, 2025 four-star safety Ivan Taylor switched from Notre Dame to Michigan.

The Pennsylvania native was extended an offer by the Wolverines in March, and a month later, the team, along with Pittsburgh, Penn State, Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Missouri, and Ol Miss, secured a place in his top-eight list.

Following formal trips to Florida, Alabama, and Penn State, Olesh made an official visit to Michigan during Victors Weekend in June.

I stated earlier this summer that Olesh was the Wolverines’ top target because he might improve the position group’s floor overall, and Colston Loveland is shortly off for the NFL. It’s clear that Casula and Michigan thought highly of the gifted tight end as well, since they have been actively recruiting him over the past few weeks without making the same kind of effort with other players at the position.

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Olesh follows four-star Eli Owens as the second 2025 tight end to commit to the Wolverines. He is one of several gifted pass catchers that the Wolverines will be adding in the upcoming seasons, along with highly anticipated true freshman Brady Prieskorn and Hogan Hansen.

For the past three seasons, Michigan’s attack has mostly relied on its offensive line and run game, which are probably the team’s two greatest assets. Loveland and A.J. Barner thrived last season in the teeth of the defense, and the Wolverines have a deep crop of tight ends who add to the running game and make opponents honest when they run play action. Olesh’s dedication gives the Wolverines another possible great player and supports their attacking goal.

Olesh is ranked as the 118th-best talent in his class on the 247Sports composite, which also includes the third-best recruit from Pennsylvania and the fifth-best tight end. Below are some of Olesh’s top moments from his junior season.

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