"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
Over on ESPN, they have Michigan ranked #8 with 24 recruits signed. They are #4 and #7 on Scout and Rivals, respectively. But both of those sites show Michigan with 25 recruits. Since I do not have ESPN Insider, I can't see the individual recruits, so the question I have is, what recruit of Michigan's is missing and would it make a difference in their ESPN ranking?
Even assuming Diamond is Blue, it looks like the best OL class may be Stanford's.
Barry Sanders Jr has a 5-star OT, 5-star OG, 4-star C, OT, and OG to run behind for the next 3-4 years. And two 3-stars for depth.
I assumed with Harbough leaving Palo Alto that Sttanford would finish this season with a great record, say bye to Luck and the dominant O-Line, and then slip back to being fodder for USC and Oregon.
Looks like they are merely reloading.
Nice article on Shane
edit (Just shane, let the other thread keep the rankings)
Per a tweet from Doug Lesmerises of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Ohio has changed the schedule on the wall to something with a little bit of a Brady Hoke-ism. This is the kind of stuff that makes the rivalry fun IMO...
@PDBuckeyes In OSU team meeting room for #SigningDay, schedule on wall for 2012 lists "that team up north" instead of Michigan.
Auburn just got the #5 OT per Scout in Avery Young, giving them 5 OL in this class (including a 3-star GA guard that signed earlier today).
I predict this addition (he was down to a top three until today) will fill Auburn's need at OL and Kozan will be told to move on (or, maybe that's just wishful thinking....)