Keisean Lucier-South is an outstanding defensive end. He has a high rating and the Orange (Calif.) Lutheran 2015 prospect had a great junior season.
Because of all those factors and many more, the 6-foot-6, 215-pound four-star prospect has landed many offers.
Schools from across the country have reached out to Lucier-South but on Wednesday the Orange Lutheran recruit landed the one he called his dream offer.
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Michigan has always been a favorite of Lucier-South, rated as the seventh-best weak-side defensive end and No. 80 in the 2015 class by Rivals.com.
It is still really early in his recruitment but Lucier-South is going to take a serious look at the Wolverines as things continue to move forward.
"I love Michigan because of the history and the tradition there," Lucier-South said. "Also, they were my childhood favorite."
Lucier-South, who finished with 10 sacks in his junior season, has had a busy few months in his recruitment.
So far, the Orange Lutheran standout has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, Cal, Colorado, Miami, Michigan, Notre Dame, Oregon, Oregon State, TCU, Tennessee, Texas, UCLA, USC, Vanderbilt and Washington.
The four-star is rated as the No. 9 prospect in the California state rankings with a good shot to move up in the next round of rankings.
Many other programs are showing interest but the offer from Michigan is definitely important since he's liked the Wolverines for so long.