"He makes it really easy on you as a coach because he has tremendous football instincts," Michigan tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh said. "Things come really naturally to him. He doesn't have to see things too many times. He has a good sense for how things should look and feel, and he's a tough, physical guy."
Kyle Prater was granted his waiver by the NCAA and is elgible to play this season for Northwestern. Should be a big upgrade for them.
Maybe nothing, but 5-star, top 5 CB Priest Willis told Shane Morris today that Michigan was in his top list, and asked what the scholarship picture was looking like.
Given all the hype around Green and Treadwell, and the fact that I don't believe Willis has ever been on record as being all that interested in Michigan, he has not been "on the radar," and I thought this might make for interesting discussion. Is there a spot for him in this class?
@S_Morris12 how long do you think that last Michigan spot is going to be open ? There in my top
Tremendous just re-tweeted this article from 247 and the word is that Auburn is the front runner to land Oklahoma de-commit Greg Bryant, seeing as how they will only take one more running back and how Derrick Green's top two schools were Auburn and Michigan you can see how this helps.
EDIT: I apologize, I made the assumption from reading this article that his top two were Auburn and Michigan, he hasn't even released his top five yet so his recruitment obviously has a long way to go still.
I was just looking through some NFL coverage on ESPN, when I noticed a link saying Carolina Panthers' center Ryan Kalil took out an ad in the Charlotte Observer, promising that the Panthers will win the Super Bowl this year. This prompted some other "ads" full of win. Here's one:
Per Adam Schefter's tweet (not sure how to import the tweet) "Braylon Edwards is going to sign a 1 year deal with Seattle."
I know he has had his issues, but hopefully he can have a reset out in Seattle. Best of luck out west Braylon.