Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Not that I know anything more than I've read, but,
Dorsey = 10% chance
Parker = 60%
Knight = 90%
I spoke with Rashad Knight tonight, and he was ecstatic about his visit. He said the visit was WAY better than what he expected, and he could definitely see himself at Michigan.
Knight had concerns going into the visit about Rich Rod's job security, and he told me they were more than answered. He feels comfortable now with the coaching staff.
The whole time he seemed in awe. He still has two visits to Rutgers and Ole Miss left, but I think we sky rocketed to the top of his list with this visit.
This was just a brief blurb mentioned over at rivals ($), but I figured it was important. From rivals -
[Rashad] but mentioned he was blown away with the trip to Michigan and just stated several times that the atmosphere at Michigan was second to none at both the basketball game and being around all the coaches.
I spoke with Rashad Knight tonight, and he's down to Michigan, Ole Miss, and Rutgers.
He will be taking an official visit to Michigan on the 15th, which is this Friday. There will be a good amount of Michigan commits there, so hopefully that will help.
I really got the feeling that Michigan has some ground to make up, and that Rutgers might be leading. I think he's still pretty open, but it was just a feeling I got from the conversation.
He expressed his concern about Rich Rod's job security. He told me that will be one of his main questions going into the visit, whether or not Rich Rodriguez will be the coach after next year.
I just popped onto rivals and saw this -
Rashad Knight, a CB from Jacksonville, FL, has apparently listed Michigan as his leader. Unlike Travis Williams, Knight has a few more reputable offers (Georgia Tech, BYU, Maryland) and has a lot of interested teams as well (including the Florida schools.)
I don't know how well he compares to Cullen Christian or Dior, and how things will go, but this looks good!