no, YOU'RE off topic
Per Allen Trieu, Mark Lawson, a 6'2, 195 lb linebacker has accepted an offer to be a preferred walk-on at UofM.
He had 144 tackles in his senior season.
No team movement this week as there was very little in the way of commitments across the board. That will obviously change in the couple weeks leading up to signing day, but for now the standings remain the same. Action since last rankings:
1-9-12: Indiana picks up Tevin Coleman.
1-12-12: Iowa picks up Eric Simmons. Indiana picks up Cameron Coffman.
1-14-12: Darrius Stroud decommits from Indiana.
1-15-12: Cody Quinn switches commitment from Illinois to Kentucky. Minnesota picks up Duke Anyanwu.
|Big Ten+ Recruiting Class Rankings|
|Rank||School||# Commits||Rivals Avg||Scout Avg||ESPN Avg||24/7 Avg||Avg Avg^|
*ESPN doesn't rate JuCos, so they are counted as unranked recruits for the sake of consistency (trust me, it makes sense when you look at the spreadsheet).
^The average of the average rankings of the four recruiting services (aka the previous four columns). The figure is calculated based on the raw numbers and then rounded, so the numbers above may not average out exactly.
On to the full data, after the jump.
Fellow Mgodocs say "Dayum".
Unfortunately this will severely impact Van Bergen's NFL draft prep.
So Tom Brady is close to breaking the NFL all time single game touchdown record. Are you watching?!
In certain aspects, I'm still a little angry at Jim Harbaugh, but I'm happy that a "Michigan Man" has done so well in his first year as a coach in the NFL. It's incredibly rare to do what he has done, and he has done it the Michigan way, running the ball effectively, and playing stiffling defense. So again, congrats Coach Harbaugh, a lot of Michigan men are pulling for you.
Edit: For those that didn't see or hear about it, the 49ers beat the Saints in a fantastic game, 36-32.