"What (Michigan coaches) told me is that they're focusing on point guards right now, but if anything opens up, they'll definitely come back on and recruit me as hard as they were," said Towns
I was reading someone's twitter (#3 on the left of this page, under "MGoElsewhere"). A follower of Mr. #3 said he is close to 2013 WR recruit Travis Johnson and would try to get him go blue. So I looked up Mr. Johnson's page on Rivals:
Very impressive offer list. Also, the article on Rivals said he is very interested in Akron State due to Urbie's magic acts.
Just share this with everyone. Hopefully Hoke and co. will offer him soon.
Great seeing Denard representing Michigan: he was seen at Yost on Fri for the hockey game.
Hey guys, I was lucky enough to chat with AJ Williams recently and it was one of the more entertaining interviews I had. He's a lot of fun and will be easy to cheer for in the coming years. Hope you enjoy: AJ Williams
Per his Twitter account:
Officially playing football at Michigan next year! Couldn't be happier with my choice.
EDIT: DGDestroys informs us that Gibbs will be a preferred walk-on.
Original Rivals rank: 8
Record since 2009: 22-15
BCS bowl appearances: 1
Conference titles: 0
2011 starters: K Brendan Gibbons, WR Jeremy Gallon, S Thomas Gordon, OT Taylor Lewan, QB Denard Robinson, DE Craig Roh, RB Fitzgerald Toussaint
Rich Rodriguez didn't do everything wrong in Ann Arbor. After all, he signed this group, which provided much of the leadership for a team that went 11-2 and won the Sugar Bowl. Obviously, Robinson is the crown jewel of the class, and it appears coach Brady Hoke has figured out how to take advantage of Robinson's speed and playmaking without relying on Robinson so much that the quarterback gets maimed.
I have heard this floated a little while back and I gave it as much value as Soup potentially becoming the Iowa OC. HOWEVA, one of Iowa's DT signees posted last night on Facebook that Hermann was indeed to become the next DC at Iowa. Captain Kirk and Lloyd are close acquaintences, Hermann would know the B1G, but, well it seems a bit off. Hermann ran crazy complex schemes which made him great for the NFL. Iowa has excelled using lesser talent in a very basic scheme with limited blitzing to allow for simple reads, "fast play" and ability to quickly integrate personnel. Anyway, will be interesting if it plays out.
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