CFC100 Hazime moving into the Big House

After a long journey from Toronto to Michigan, CFC100 Mahdi Hazime decided he’s sticking around for a little while after announcing his commitment to Michigan.

Hazime originally played for the Scarborough Thunder, but made the move down to Michigan for high school ball where he landed at Fordson in Dearborn. While there he continued to develop his skills as an elite offensive linemen and wrestler, eventually gaining interest from Michigan, Colorado, Morgan State and Morehead.

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In the end, the Wolverines were the obvious choice for Hazime,

“Wanted to stay in Michigan. And play and be a student athlete at the the greatest school in the country. With a great coaching staff”

CFC Lead Analyst, Clint Uttley, has always been a big believer in Hazime as a DI prospect,

“[He] caught my eye two years ago when he was playing minor football in Scarborough … He demonstrates that regardless of where he’s playing, he seems to excel as an interior offensive lineman. He’s thickly built, a little stiff, but still seems to explode off the line of scrimmage.”

He won’t be alone on campus with CFC100s Luigi Vilain and Benjamin St-Juste already on the roster, plus Michigan is hunting for more with offers on the board for CFC100s Theo Johnson, Kenny Mestidor and Christian Veilleux.

Michigan are members are the Big Ten Conference, and finished last season ranked 14th in the country with a 10-3 record.

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