Tennessee is not recruiting well just because they got 18 dudes
Good stuff. Even if you still hold out hope for amateurism.
The title says it all. The university is now saying it's official so we can stop the speculation as to whether there's a possibility if Isaac didn't recieve the waiver to play this year he might not transfer to Michigan. There's still no mention of the waiver so it appears we are still waiting on that, but at least we all know he's a Wolverine either way. Welcome to the good guys Ty!
As i've mentioned before I've been coaching AAU basketball and one of the kids that i've had since he was in 5th grade is now gaining national attention in both basketball and football. Shaun Wade, 2017 Point Guard + Cornerback, listed at 6-2 175 lbs on Rivals + 247. He's ranked nationally for his class in basketball but the offers in football started pouring in last month. At 6-2, for a freshman PG, he's also a nice size for corner.
He's already received football offers from Clemson, UNC, Virginia Tech, UCLA, Utah and the seemingly omnipresent, Ohio State Buckeyes. MSU has even asked for his contact info. Rivals does list UM as a school showing interest but no offer. He wants to play both sports and wants to hear from Michigan, mainly because of me. His mom says he only likes them because im his BFF (lol). So i'm in a position of influence, so to speak, and I want to see if there's anyway I can make sure he's actually on their radar. He plays for traditional football powerhouse (Trinity Christian, Jacksonville, Fl) where schools are ALWAYS there but UM just isn't really one of them.
Here's basketball highlights from national invite only camps, Fab Frosh and John Lucas, so the competition is stiff in the video. This will be his first year starting varsity for football, so footage is scarce for now but they are offering for a reason.
Please advise if you have any tips on how I can help him get UMs attention, aside from simply telling him to play well.
What happened to just going to the game and watching the game without all this other extra stuff? This is rather dumb.
You can put your HDTV by your own, private pool in Florida and not have to pay five figures per game.