Stanford head coach David Shaw and his coaching staff have added yet another solid offensive lineman to their ranks as a part of the 2015 recruiting class. '15 offensive tackle Jack Dreyer, out of California, gave his commitment immediately following his receiving of an offer from Stanford on Tuesday. Dreyer becomes the ninth commit in the class of 2015 and the third offensive lineman to give their verbal pledge to the Cardinal, along with Nick Wilson and Brian Chaffin.
At 6'8, 285-pounds, Dreyer is a mountain of a man, which fits right in with the superb line play over the past few seasons at Stanford. Dreyer is rated as a three-star under the 247Sports Composite, and is ranked as the 107th best offensive tackle in the country, in addition to being ranked as the 123rd best prospect overall from the state of California.
Officially committed to Stanford #feelingblessed #cardinal #thefarm #ilookgoodinred— Jack Dreyer (@Jack_H_Dreyer) August 13, 2014
Before Stanford, Dreyer had held offers from Arizona State, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Oregon State, Utah, Washington State, Wisconsin, and was also receiving interest from Arizona, Fresno State, UCLA, and Washington.
To see what Dreyer brings to the field, check out his highlight tape from last season: