|Logan Tuley-Tillman (image via BHR)|
Weight: 285 lbs.
High school: Peoria (IL) Manual
Position: Offensive tackle
Jersey number: #72
Last year: Tuley-Tillman was a senior in high school. I gave him a TTB Rating of 75.
Tuley-Tillman was part of the huge run on prospects committing to Michigan in February 2012. He graduated from high school in December, played in the Under Armour All-America Game, and enrolled at Michigan in January. He reportedly reached 330 lbs. at one point, but he was listed at 285 lbs. on the spring roster. And despite being listed at 6'7", he looked shorter than the 6'6" Ben Braden during the spring game. Regardless, he did not play particularly well during the all-star game, and he was a third-stringer in the spring.
Technique is constantly mentioned as a weakness, so it may take a few years before he realizes his potential. Personally, I took a lot of heat for suggesting that he did not receive quality offensive line coaching as a high schooler. His high school team promptly went winless in the 2012 season and numerous analysts mentioned how raw he is as a prospect because of technical deficiencies. However, he does have a nasty streak and some good athleticism, so it all depends on how quickly he learns the ins and outs of major college football.