good luck with that
They pick up Shane Jones and Damion Terry.
Slow day around here and I suck at photoshop, so I thought I'd pass this along. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come for Alabama. Shattered trophy, shattered dreams to start the season. (It's a stretch, I know, but like I said I'm off today and I'm bored and the board is slow)
EDIT: My avatar doesn't show up well :( The purpose is to show the plate, not really the car (which I do love by the way).
We are at 17 recruits verbally committed, and are finished with the QB, OL & TE position. I'm interested in two things. First, I'd like to get a sense of the odds of the following recruits coming to Michigan. Second, with seventeen already, do we have room to take all eight below and end up with 25? I realize that the odds and the timetable are different for each recruit, and the one thing I'm sure of is that it probably won't be exactly these individuals who commit. However, this would be a great finish to the class, and would fill all the needs.
- One more unidentified WR. (Allen? Massington? LaRue?)
It's clear that Bellomy will be the starter in the fall while Denard and Devin will battle for the #1 jersey.
Denard (don't blink or you'll miss it):
Bellomy for Heisman:
Which player, position group, or development was the biggest surprise to you in the spring game?
My pick would be the linebackers as a group. We know several of them are solid (Morgan, Ryan, Demens), but Hawthorne, Ringer, and Cam Gordon played pretty well, too. Bolden didn't really stick out in any way, but at this point, I think we've got five linebackers who could legitimately start without much of a drop-off: Morgan, Ryan, Demens, Hawthorne, and Gordon.
I would also like to toss in that all of the position coaches seem to be doing a good job, but Mark Smith seems to be doing an excellent job with his guys.