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Michigan's message to recruits: Want to play in the NFL? Come play for offensive coordinator Tim Drevno

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Before becoming the offensive line coach and offensive coordinator at Michigan, Tim Drevno served as the offensive line coach at Stanford under Jim Harbaugh, where (with the help of current Stanford offensive line coach / associate head coach / Andrew Luck Director of Offense Mike Bloomgren) the program turned into an offensive line factory of NFL talent - a tradition Bloomgren has continued to build on. From there, Drevno followed Harbaugh to the San Francisco 49ers from 2011-2013 and worked at USC as the run game coordinator / offensive line coach in 2014 before rejoining Harbaugh at Michigan in 2015 in his current role.

With that resume from just the past decade, it goes without saying that Drevno has tutored some of the best college and NFL offensive lineman in the game.

That's precisely the message that Michigan is sending as a reminder to commits and recruits with this graphic they've sent out to top offensive line commit JaRaymond Hall, a four-star prospect from Oak Park, MI. In total, 15 guys Drevno formerly coached that are now in the NFL are highlighted.

Imagine being a highly regarded high school prospect and getting something like that on your position coach or coordinator. That's impressive. So "Who's Next?

Well done Michigan.