We are all well aware of the number of commits recently from out of state.
It looks like Michigan has 17 commits, with only THREE from in-state and ZERO from Ohio. This is not only not typical, it seems bizzare based on our history. I assume it is a record breaking number of OOS commits, but I think it may be shattering the record.
Does anyone know?
Also, it seems this might be the most OOS commits for any school in the Big Ten. I looked back at Meyer's classes at OSU (with his focus on Florida) and he still relied heavily on in-state talent. I don't think Ron Zook took that many Florida kids (but he did recruit well).
Let's kick off the weekend with a good old fashioned photoshop thread: Harbaugh edition.
Here's one to get things started, thanks to help from Reddit photoshop requests. All Hail, the true King of the North! Go Blue
edit: link http://i.imgur.com/auLBFRQ.png
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“Before they became so talked-about, we actually did two of them last year,” Ferentz told SiriusXM College Sports Nation. “They’re good experiences. We did three this year, and I don’t think we made the news for any of them. We don’t really broadcast it. We go out and do the same thing. “What it really gets down to is just how you want to use your time. Me personally, I’m hopeful — and the NCAA will probably react — my personal preference is I’d like to see camps probably be limited to campus. On top of that, I would support not allowing any outsiders coming to work your camp.”
Sounds like a shot at Harbaugh's publicity and Exposure U with the guest coaching part. Perhaps he's salty from Rudock transferring here?