landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Hope this is not a repost.
Polling to ask - if you could attend 1 camp, which one would you choose?
I travel a ton for work, live in Nashville, and would like to attend a camp this summer (as a spectator). M'boro does not work for me (damnit) as I'll actually be in NJ that entire week :/
I'm thinking either the Paramus (as I'll be in NJ that week also), or, one of the Bama ones, because, well, my southern neighbors are just batshit crazy about football. LOL
(*** this is maybe my 2nd post in 5 year, so please be gentle when you negbang me)
June 2 — Maynard H. Jackson H.S. (Atlanta) — hosted by Cedar Grove H.S., featuring Michigan and Georgia
June 3 — Trinity Christian Academy (Jacksonville, Fla.)
June 3 — St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)
June 4 — University of South Florida camp (Tampa, Fla.) — hosted by USF, featuring Michigan
June 4 — Cheshire Academy (Cheshire, Conn.)
June 5 — Old Dominion University (Norfolk, Va.) — hosted by ODU, featuring Michigan
June 6 — Bob Jones High School (Madison, Ala.)
June 7 — Hun School (Princeton, N.J.)
June 7 — University of South Alabama (Mobile, Ala.) — hosted by USA, featuring Michigan
June 8 — Pearl H.S. (Pearl, Miss.) — featuring Michigan, Ole Miss and Mississippi State
June 8 — Raw Talent U (Cleveland Heights, Ohio)
June 8 — Paramus Catholic (Paramus, N.J.)
June 9 — Warren G. Harding H.S. (Warren, Ohio)
June 9 — Fairfield High School (Fairfield, Ohio)
June 9 — Sound Mind, Sound Body (Detroit)
June 10 — Sound Mind, Sound Body (Detroit)
June 11 — "5th Quarter Football Camp" (Ann Arbor)
June 11 — Youth Camp (Ann Arbor)
June 12 — Baylor camp (Waco, Texas) — hosted by Baylor, featuring Michigan
June 12 — Empire Showcase (Norco, Calif.)
June 13 — East Houston Football Showcase (Houston, Texas)
June 14 — Showtyme Camp (Addison, Texas) — hosted by Michigan and Iowa State
June 14 — Oakland H.S. (Murfreesboro, Tenn.)
June 15 — Pittsburg State University (Pittsburg, Kan.)
June 15 — Blue Springs South H.S. (Blue Springs, Mo.)
June 17 — Ridge View High School (Columbia, S.C.)
June 17 — Bright Lights Big House camp (Ann Arbor)
June 18 — Aerial Assault QB camp (Ann Arbor)
June 18 — Big Man lineman camp (Ann Arbor)
June 20 — Shine Time camp (Ann Arbor)
June 21 — Shine Time camp (Ann Arbor)
June 22 – Specialist camp (Ann Arbor)
June 23 – Specialist camp (Ann Arbor)
June 23 — Antioch H.S. (Antioch, Calif.)
June 24 — Seven60Athletes Camp (Oceanside, Calif.)
June 25 — Augustus F. Hawkins H.S. (Los Angeles)
(photo by MGoPhotographer Patrick Barron)
This is going to shock you but Rutgers has gone back on their outrage over other teams that can easily pluck talent away from them coming and doing camps.
Rutgers has since decided to become an OSU puppet state and is teaming with them and Temple--another team who can actually beat PSU--on a satellite camp.
Rutgers announces a satellite camp with Ohio State and Temple at Fairleigh Dickinson. pic.twitter.com/2eEomVZ0zh— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) May 9, 2016
Rutgers mouthpieces on twitter are claiming this to be a RETURN SHOT OF FIRE!!1 since it is on the same day as our camp at PC.
Durkin is actually getting commits from top talent to Maryland (seriously) while Ash is already running back to mama for help. I just thought I'd throw that out there.
HOF Buckeye and fall-guy advocate Chris Carter will no longer be contributing to ESPN's god-awful NFL coverage. Ray Lewis is also out, which frees up his time to help his son defend against the sexual assault charges that were filed against him last week. If his son's lawyers are half as good as his dad's, he should be all set.
Taking their places are Randy Moss and Charles Woodson, which is a significant improvement, which isn't saying much. It's nice to see Charles transition from the NFL to TV, before returning to AA as Harbaugh's DB coach. Thanks for getting something right for a change, ESPN!
I looked and didn't find this previously posted. If this has been posted, I find it hard to apologize for throwing the greatest fight song out there for all to listen to.
Update: didn't get to speak w LaMarr after. Do appreciate the comments and wanted to clarify one point - LaMarr was extremely personable to me (which is what I was intending to convey). He interacted with a big smile, and asked if I lived where we were flying. When meeting a success (in so many aspects) like LaMarr, words can fail you as they did me in this instance. A classy individual.