in town for free camps
What the hell - we can always use one more quarterback.
Michigan has just offered 2017 Center, Cesar Ruiz who is from Camden. A teammate of Ronald Johnson.
4 star WR Brad Hawkins is also going to be deciding on July 26, his birthday. Michigan picked up a commitment from Brian Cole on July 26 last year.
Think I want to commit on my birthday July 26— stay tuned (@bradhawkins9) June 25, 2015
He tweeted this when his fellow Camden teammate committed this afternoon
Is Michigan where it's at— stay tuned (@bradhawkins9) June 25, 2015
I have committed to The University of Michigan 〽️thanks to everyone who believed in me and gave me the opportunity!! pic.twitter.com/BNv5rljqR0— Ron Johnson Jr✨ (@RonJohn24) June 25, 2015
I have committed to The University of Michigan thanks to everyone who believed in me and gave me the opportunity!!
From a New Jersey sports writer....
One of New Jersey's top defensive ends for the class of 2016 has come off the board. He'll have the news for #NJFootball fans later today.— Todderick Hunt (@TodderickHunt) June 25, 2015
Camden (N.J.) defensive end Ron Johnson is on campus today. 4 Star Weakside defensive end.
Just received my B1G Championship (football) game renewal in the mail yesterday and was wondering what other's are planning to do because of HARBAUGH.
I upgraded last year and ended up in Sec. 537 which is on the 20 yard line. All things considered these seem to be decent seats due to being on the 20 despite being higher than I would like.
I was thinking about upgrading again to the $90 seats but they encompass the entire "corner" of the stadium meaning you could be as far to the side as to be behind the end zone or as far as the 20 on the other side. Additionally, you could be field level (100) or as high up as the 400 level so it really seems like a crap shoot.
Anybody have any insight on this topic? Or should we be just happy that HARBAUGH gives us a fighting chance to make it to this game?
(BTW I should note that I sold my tickets last year online so I have no idea how my view is in real life)
So, OU President David Boren thinks the Big 12 should look to growing up to, well, 12. The article at the worldwide leader indicates one of the options for growth might be taking Nebraska back, in addition to the usual speculation of Cincy, BYU, and others.
I think our obvious vote on this board would be to give them Maryland and Rutgers. Or do we hand over all 4 of our recent additions?