Position: Running Back
Ht/Wt/40: 5'9" / 200 lbs. / 4.4
Location: Princeton High School (2015) – Princeton, NC
Offers: Duke, North Carolina, NC State, Penn State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Michigan
Ranking: ★★★ .8556 (247 Composite)
I was able to confirm with Johnny that Coach Nussmeier reached out to him tonight and offered him. Johnny doesn't have any sort of order to his group of seven offers at this point and really hasn't started looking into schools much yet. Frasier has only been playing football since his freshman year so he's pretty green when it comes to the recruiting scene and what it takes to come up with a list of favorites.
After talking with Coach Nuss and coming away with an offer Johnny said the Wolverine offer means a lot and he really likes that Michigan is going to stick to the run game. He said that he and Coach Nuss didn't talk about scheme much but he's excited to in the future.
Most people are going to wonder if this has any correlation to what Damien Harris is feeling, especially since it was Coach Nuss who visited Harris last week on one of his first gigs as the new OC at Michigan. Harris has kept relatively quiet throughout his recruitment and even more so since his visit with Coach Nuss.
I'm not sure the offer to Frasier is related but it's definitely worth noting.
Per @footballscoop (tweet embedded below), Mike Hart is moving from EMU to WMU. It was previously reported that the new EMU coach did indeed want to keep Hart on his new staff, so this was probably not a case of being "forced out."
and some of the backdrop to the Seattle cornerback's post-game comments yesterday:
I don't think that Sherman came off well in the event. But--apropos of the thuggery accusations--it's interesting to see that he reportedly refused to be drawn into a fight with Crabtree and (apparently) settled the issue on the field. If all is as alleged, I can see why he might have felt a little wild in the aftermath.
EDIT: Just to add a little fuel to the fire, note that he has a history with Tom Brady, and his twitter comment to Crabtree:
Someone might want to point out that he DID concern himself with the "sheep;" that's what unleashed this whirlwind. At this stage his agent is probably begging him to give it a rest.
Currently a verbal commit to ND.....Per the Detroit News...
( It's not paywalled. I guess I just assumed everything on wolverinenation was)
So ESPN has these The Good, The Bad, and The Future posts about all of the position groups. The one they posted today is on the Special Teams and there is no mention of Hagerup. I used the google search function and didn't see a post regarding him not returning. Am I missing something? My understanding was that he was suspended for the 2013 season but would return for his Senior year in 2014. I think it'd be a huge boost to our special teams if he returned and Wile could just focus on kicking.