i like 'em both
Rivals went ahead and put together 2 articles showing how they ranked each player drafted through the first 3 rounds.
Here are the links:
2nd and 3rd Round: http://footballrecruiting.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1360073
Breakdown of the 1st round by stars:
Breakdown of the 1st round by conference:
Among the conferences, the SEC again had the most first-round selections, with nine. Four of the top 10 picks were SEC players. Five Big 12 players were picked, followed by four from the Big Ten (all after pick 22) and Pac-12, three from the ACC, two each from the Big East, Mountain West and independent ranks and one from Conference USA.
Breakdown of 1st round by High School state:
In terms of high school ball, there were five former Texas prep stars selected. Second-most among the states was Tennessee with three; there were two players each from Alabama, California, Florida, Ohio, Oklahoma and Virginia, and one each from Georgia, Idaho, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Washington and Wisconsin.
Rather a slow day (really, the last week overall, save for the burst of posts regarding the NFL Draft) here, so I thought I would share this...
Tremendous recently did an excellent interview with 2013 commit Wyatt Shallman. You can read the full interview here:
I would, however, like to quote the well-worded start of the summary, which caps what I think is one of the best interviews by Tremendous to date:
"Wyatt is a multi-faceted guy who is already developing a chip on his shoulder coming into this season. For Michigan, he'll be a running back. Any talk otherwise should end now and I think he's ready to prove some people wrong."
Hey all, I had a lot of fun making my first mashup video a couple weeks back of the avengers-Michigan (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PV9JZFoo1b8).
I had some down time this week, so I decided to make another one, focused more on DRob. Hope you enjoy.
From TTB's scholarship count article, here is a list of M players eligible to be drafted next year (scholarship players only).
I see these players have potentials to be first rounder, provided they have a really good 2012-2013 season.
- Roy Roundtree
- Denard Robinson
- William Campbell (!)
- Fitzgerald Toussaint
- Taylor Lewan
REDSHIRT SENIORS = 8 (Final season 2012)
WR Roy Roundtree
TE Brandon Moore
OG Ricky Barnum
OG Elliott Mealer
OG Patrick Omameh
LB Kenny Demens
CB J.T. Floyd
S Jordan Kovacs
SENIORS = 5 (Final season 2012)
QB Denard Robinson
RB Vincent Smith
DE Craig Roh
DT William Campbell
S Brandin Hawthorne
REDSHIRT JUNIORS = 9 (Final season 2013)
RB Fitzgerald Toussaint
WR Jeremy Gallon
OT Taylor Lewan
OT Michael Schofield
DT Quinton Washington
LB Cameron Gordon
Per his twitter
It's a free-agent free-for-all.
Title says it all. Enjoy