Most SEC fans should be quite familiar with the name Mike Bobo but in the years to come, Drew Bobo may be the more recognizable member of the Bobo family in the nation’s best college football conference.

If you don’t know the name, Mike Bobo is currently Colorado State’s head coach and he previously served as Mark Richt’s offensive coordinator at Georgia. While Mike may have moved away from the SEC to pursue a head coaching career, his son Drew just received an offer to play his college ball in the conference.

The 2022 lineman from Resurrection Christian High School in Loveland, Colorado recently shared the news that Tennessee has become the first school to extend him a scholarship.

The 6-foot-5, 250-pound Bobo plays both offensive and defensive line for Resurrection Christian High School.

Tennessee offensive line coach Will Friend previously worked with Drew’s father at Colorado State and Georgia, which obviously led to the Volunteer assistant being well aware of the developing lineman.

While this may be Drew Bobo’s first scholarship offer, it likely won’t be the last as he continues to progress on the high school gridiron.

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