Michigan guard Trevor Keegan is a powerful in-line blocker who was recruited in 2019 and stuck around with the Wolverines for his entire career. Keegan was a four-star coming out of high school.

The Crystal Lake, Illinois native went on to have one of the most successful careers for an offensive lineman in Michigan football history, leading the Wolverines to the 2023-2024 national championship as the team scored a 34-13 win over the Washington Huskies in Houston, Texas.

Now considered one of the fastest risers on NFL Draft boards, the hulking 6-foot-6, 305 pound offensive line prospect has a bright future ahead of him at the next level of football.

Pro Football Focus Stat Shows Keegan’s Value 


Keegan’s stats on the offensive line aren’t easy to measure considering the position he plays. Once Pro Football Focus, a popular scouting website, got the opportunity to compile them, many people were surprised at what they found.

The Illinois native and star lineman had only allowed a single quarterback hit on the season and had not allowed a sack.

If Keegan’s successes had been highlighted throughout the season, he may be a consensus All-American and likely top 20 NFL Draft pick.

For Keegan, a national title seems like the perfect prize to have in place of those accolades and that kind of attention.

The stat was revealed prior to Michigan’s title game win over Washington football, during which Michigan dominated up front, especially in the running game.

Keegan’s NFL Draft Possibilities 


Keegan hasn’t gotten as much attention as expected in ‘mock drafts’ this off-season, being projected as a ‘second or third day’ type of prospect by many websites.

With his prototypical offensive lineman size at 6-foot-6, 310 pounds, Keegan has the size, toughness, smarts, and statistical dominance to play anywhere along the offensive line at the next level. His versatility and maturity could make him a first or second round pick if he tests well at the combine.

Considering the runaway success of Michigan’s offensive line in both the run and the pass game against the best of the best in college football this season, it’s hard to imagine a scenario where an NFL team doesn’t look at the film and decide to select him with a relatively early pick.

His teammate Zak Zinter was named as an All-American prior to his injury against Ohio State in the final game of the 2023 season, but Keegan should also go down in history as one of the best Wolverines offensive linemen in school history.