Peppers at 10, which seems low.
Rich Eisen had Brady on his podcast for a good, long segment. Brady opened up a little more and shared a few stories, one of them a little physical altercation he had with John Harbaugh when they were coaching together at WMU under Jack.
Also of note, we've heard before but when asked about Jake Ryan, Brady said - "he'll be back by October."
Brady talks about his relationship with "Tommy" Brady, who will be coming back "to do some things" at Michigan at some point.
Brady likes Duck Dynasty.
Laura Hoke also doesn't wear red. The Hokes generally don't wear green either.
Definitely worth a listen.
Sophmore LB, 2012 4-star David Perkins has apparently left the team. http://www.cleveland.com/osu/index.ssf/2013/05/david_perkins_linebacker_that.html
Uh-oh(io), LB depth getting thinner.
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Steve Lorenz: Looks like Jabrill Peppers is swinging for the fences going after five-star RB Leonard Fournette.
According to Steve Lorenz:
Looks like Jabrill Peppers is swinging for the fences going after five-star RB Leonard Fournette.— Steve Lorenz (@TremendousUM) May 30, 2013
@justcoverblog No reason not to try to build on the momentum. Nothing to lose.— Steve Lorenz (@TremendousUM) May 30, 2013
@justcoverblog It's the exact strategy Michigan should be taking right now.— Steve Lorenz (@TremendousUM) May 30, 2013
For those who are not familiar with Fournette, he's the consensus top RB in the 2014 class, and the number one player in the nation according to 247's Composite Rankings.
The general consesus in the recruiting world is that Fournette is heavily favoring Alabama and LSU. I'd be shocked if he went anywhere other than those two schools, and even very surprised if we are able to get a visit. However, we have a lot of momentum, and if we can get him on campus anything can happen.