“He was on the other side of the court, screaming: ‘Good shot, Kev!’” Durant said, shaking his head in delight. “I’m thinking, this guy’s an All-American type of teammate right there.”
Michigan reportedly offered FL APB JoJo Kemp (I'd take him on his name alone!) in the past week. Kemp also plays OLB and looks disruptive in that position.
Kemp is 5'11", 190
3 stars by Rivals and 247Sports (not ranked still on Scout)
Notable offers include USF, West Virginia, Miss State, Purdue and Minny.
Looks like the coaches are looking for at least one more RB (which makes me think Shallman might eventually move to another position)
EDIT: Mods can you confirm and delete if false. Thanks.
[ED:BISB - No. I don't have time to call JoJo today. I will, however, add a question mark to your title. If you are able to confirm, then I'll delete.]
I don't think I like it very much. No schedule on the back either.
A couple people have messaged me privately about who the two Michigan commits are going to be. With the 2nd commit, I can only guess at this point, until I get a chance to talk to my guys and kick the tires. As for the 1st, I'm not a recruiting expert, but since I'm privy to some inside info, I take it seriously. I'm pretty certain I know who that recruit is, and I won't say his name, because I want to give the kid his spotlight. Having said that however, one can easily discern who that recruit is, by reading my previous posts. I've been pretty adamant about this young man going to Michigan for quite some time. I'm pretty certain the board will be very hard to access for a solid hour and a half after he commits.
The second recruit is unknown to me right now, but I am hearing that if his Dad likes what he sees, he will allow E.J to pull the trigger. Will that Happen? Hey, your guess is as good as mine. What's is the weather like in AA that weekend? From the people that know something about it, they say that Michigan is definitely EJ's top school at the moment. His Dad does like Florida State, but I don't think it's as much as Mike Farrell says he does. He wants to wait until signing day to decide, that's certain. Having said that, I will say this. For Michigan to turn down Dorian O'Daniel, they had to know something about E.J, and be REALLY confident. Ben Gedeon is a solid prospect, but he's not the kind of prospect that you turn O'Daniel for, Levenberry is. What people haven't mentioned, is that Levenberry and O'Daniel are projected to play the same LB spot at the next level. Gedeon is a bigger kid, and not likely to be used the same as O'Daniel and Levenberry. Do the math.
I wasn't expecting to post an update this early, so I'll include some national and SEC recruit updates in my next post. Thanks for reading, guys.
So let the guessing begin, especially on the heels of the Treadwell tweet. Sam stated on the RR this morning that he thinks that Michigan will end up taking 24 commits this year, and that he thinks 2 more will be in the fold either before, or directly following the Spring Game. Let the speculation begin . . .
I'll say Treadwell, and Levenberry Jr.
Dark horse: Poggi