Moon OL Trent Fraley has had a rather successful start to the week. The 2022 graduate participated in the University of Michigan’s prospect camp on Sunday, and took home the camp’s offensive lineman MVP award. On Monday, Fraley received his fourth offer, and first FBS offer, from Marshall.
Fraley talked to Pittsburgh Sports Now about what the camp experience at Michigan was like for him.
“It was really cool to go there and just compete with all the kids,” Fraley told PSN, “and the atmosphere was really cool cause there was a lot of competition. Like even just at the start we had some race competitions and it was really cool just to compete with everybody. With those competitions, they were held at the Michigan stadium and it was really cool to be inside the stadium.”
The 6-foot-2, 290-pound lineman even got some time with head coach John Harbaugh.
“Coach Harbaugh came out too and talked to everybody. It was really cool cause you’re going there and paying attention to him and he’s the head guy. You gotta respect him because you could be being coached by him one day.”
— Trent Fraley (@fraley_trent) June 6, 2021
As for the OL MVP award, Fraley said that he felt proud and that ‘finally some hard work was paying off’. Another sign of hard work paying off was receiving his first FBS offer.
“I was really excited about that offer. I went down last week with a visit/workout with them, and I worked with Coach Morrissey and it was really cool. They showed us the facility and even the campus and everything, and it was really cool just to see everything and experience it.”
— Trent Fraley (@fraley_trent) June 7, 2021
Fraley made an unoffical visit to Marshall, and said that he will be making another one to Colorado State on Tuesday. He current has offers from Marshall, Saint Francis, and Robert Morris, his father Hank’s alma mater.