This is maaaaybe premature there, ESPN. Maryland #1 FWIW.
Jedd Fisch just said now on WTKA that Dylan Crawford will go by Kekoa Crawford (KAY-co-uh) at Michigan.
That's his Hawaiian name.
Still think this was the guy Justice had as his silent commit but reading between the lines it appears it was not accepted if accurate. Lorenz says Vic was not offered a LOI today to sign. So off to Cal he goes. Strange since we had 1 spot for him I believe. Would have loved to see him in Rich Rod's offense if not UM but that degree from Cal is worth a lot.
Best of luck sir.
Ignore the pundits and trolling:
Strobel came in as a highly recruited (top 200ish) type DE out of OH with great size at the HS level, but unfortunately it never really worked out here. Looks like he got his degree and is off to the Ohio Bobcats for his 5th year where he can play immediately. Interesting timing as we did not see a departure announcement from Michigan so who knows how long this has been in the works. Best of luck.
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PRATTVILLE – Dytarious Johnson says Michigan is sticking with him.
The three-star linebacker was unable to sign with the Wolverines today on National Signing Day due to what he described as a transcript problem, but said Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is still offering him a scholarship despite talk of there may not be room for him in the 2016 class.
“I wasn’t worried about it,” said the 6-foot, 215-pound Johnson said. “He and I kept in contact a lot. He told me he was going to hang on with me. So I tried my best to get where I need to be.”
Prattville High coach Chad Anderson said school plans to have a second ceremony for Johnson and other players in the near future.
“The coaches from (Michigan) have been really good with us,” Anderson said about the transcript situation. “Their academic compliance has been good with us. Just trying to get it all sorted out so he’ll be taken care of. If he choose to, you’ll see him in Michigan uniform for sure.”