- Tom VanHaaren, ESPN Staff Writer
Logan Tuley-Tillman (Peoria, Ill./Manual) is Michigan's highest ranked offensive line commit at No. 105 overall. He has had some up and down camp performances recently, though, some due to injury and some due to carrying bad weight.
Tuley-Tillman has worked hard in the off-season to drop some of that weight and get in shape for the Under Armour All-America game, and is hoping his work pays off.
So far in practice, the 6-foot-7 Michigan commit has gone up against the top defensive linemen in the country, including the No. 2 overall player Carl Lawson (Alpharetta, Ga./Milton). Tuley-Tillman has won some battles and has lost a few, but he recognizes this is a good experience for him before he moves on to the next level.
He will be enrolling early at Michigan, so the Under Armour practice and the head start at Michigan should be a big boost for Tuley-Tillman's development.
19hTom VanHaaren and Erik McKinney