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Michigan Football Recruiting: Alex Bars attends Notre Dame junior day

2014 top 150 recruit Alex Bars attended junior day with the Notre Dame Fighting Irish yesterday, and he has an unofficial visit set with the Michigan Wolverines on the 13th of April. Bars, who can also play at strong-side defensive end, projects best as an offensive tackle at the collegiate level and is a sure-fire four-star recruit.

No schools currently stand out to Bars at this moment in time, but he has several major programs with interest. The 6’6″, 287 pound prospect from Nashville, Tennessee currently has offers from the Duke Blue Devils, California Golden Bears, Florida State Seminoles, Arkansas Razorbacks, Florida Gators, Ohio State Buckeyes, Notre Dame Fighting Irish, North Carolina Tar Heels, Mississippi Rebels, Georgia Bulldogs, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, Penn State Nittany Lions, Tennessee Volunteers, South Carolina Gamecocks, Kentucky Wildcats, Virginia Cavaliers, Vanderbilt Commodores, Michigan Wolverines, LSU Tigers, Mississippi State Bulldogs, Indiana Hoosiers, Nebraska Cornhuskers, and Stanford Cardinal.

That’s quite the list of offers, and it is a testament to the top 150 ranking that Alex Bars has earned. The Montgomery Bell Academy standout could also earn a major offer from the Big Ten in the Wisconsin Badgers soon.

The consensus fifth-best recruit in the state of Tennessee is quite clearly one of the best 15 offensive tackle prospects in the nation, and he is a bona-fide four-star recruit who visited Florida State last week. The DE/OT has an older brother who is a DE for Penn State (offered) and an OT for Michigan (another major Big Ten program to offer Bars).

Alex Bars is a name to keep a close eye on in the coming months; there is no doubt about that.

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