"Rodrick Williams Jr.'s 10-month old, 2-foot-long savannah monitor named "Kill" gets the RB some strange looks when they go for walks together."
Alcorn State has hired Jay Hopson as head football coach, the first "non-black" head coach in the SWAC.
Steve Breaston makes a cameo in Wiz Khalfi video, "Work Hard Play Hard."
Notice the signed jersey. Notice him running Lloyd Carr style steps. Notice ballet shoes. Notice hard hats.
Sorry if already posted. I searched.
Rivals updated their 100.
Changes in Michigan recruits:
Shane Morris drops from 16 to 22.
Mike McCray drops from 44 to 55.
Chris Fox Drops from 46 to 57.
Patrick Kugler drops from 54 to 73.
Kyle Bosch drops from 60 to 77.
Dymonte Thomas drops from 77 to 95.
Jake Butt falls outside the top 100 from 96.
Old Rivals 100 with interest in Michigan http://mgoblog.com/mgoboard/2013-rivals-100-out
I know of a young man in the Guelph area just west of Toronto named Dante Miller. He is 6'5" tall and about 275 pounds and is in grade 10. He is very interested in the University of Michigan, but doesn't know how to go about the process. Several Canadian Universities are already contacting him and inviting him to their camps. He plays both sides of the line at this time. He may be a bit of a project but the one thing you can't teach is size. Any thoughts?
Andrew always does a good job, but this is some of his best work yet. He talked to incoming defensive end Tom Strobel from Mentor, OH. Strobel talks about the way the Buckeyes recruited him, his size and future position, and his starring role in Mentor High's musical.
I recently watched the senior year highlight films of some of the incoming recruits. There were a number that exceeded my expectations relative to what I'd seen in their junior year highlight films and following the board comments for a year.
I was very impressed with the ability of both Funchess (reminds me of Shannon Sharpe) and Chesson's ability to make people miss after the catch, and Chesson looked fast on the field to go along with his track exploits.
I know I shouldn't be surprised by Kyle Kalis' ability, but I can't imagine an OL looking more college ready than Kyle Kalis. I expect he'll be the first non-center lineman off the bench in the fall.
I was also positively impressed by Mario Ojemudia. I expected him to look awesome but lacking in size. He looked awesome, but didn't look small to me. Given Beyer and Clark, he likely still redshirts, but I expect him to be a star down the road.
I was very impressed by Terry Richardson and Royce Jenkins-Stone. They look like awesome athletes who will grow into dominant players down the line.