Speedy Michigan Lineman Drawing Looks

Speedy Michigan Lineman Drawing Looks

Senior Wylie E. Groves high school offensive lineman Erik Radzlowski appears ready to take the next step in his development towards becoming a Div 1-A prospect.

BIRMINGHAM, MI - Senior Wylie E. Groves high school offensive lineman Erik Radzlowski appears ready to take the next step in his development towards becoming a Div 1-A prospect.

Radzlowski showed his dedication and desire by coming out in over 90 degree temperatures to show his stuff on the Groves football field.

The 6-foot-4, 290-pound (unofficial) displayed good speed for a man his size and surprising agility.

"Right now the schools that are looking at me are Eastern Michigan, Central Michigan, Western Michigan, Toledo, Bowling Green and Michigan State," said Radzlowski after a solid workout.

Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio and assistant coach Dan Enos have both visited the Birmingham, MI school and that was affirmation for the three Groves stars, including Radzlowski that hard work pays off.

"It makes me feel real good, me and my two teammates have been working hard since we've been elevated to varsity and even in our freshman seasons. The work is paying off for is, the hard work we did is all coming out when coaches like that come out to see us."

While he doesn't have any offers at the present time Radzlowski intends to take the same route as his teammates Deontae Pannell and Bruce Horner and hit the camp circuit this summer.

"I'm definitely going to the Michigan, Central, Eastern and Toledo camps.

The Groves big man talked about what he's looking for in his school of choice.

"The atmosphere is important. I want to think of the school I pick as a family. Whatever coach puts their hand out to do something extra to make me feel welcome, (that's what I'm looking for). The surroundings, what kind of facilities they have, those will all be a factor." he said.

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