It's an insider article, but Feldman gives his take on the current situation in Ohio and the momentum Hoke has created:
So it seems that the coaching staff is pretty set on taking a QB in this class. To be honest, I'd be pretty bummed if we gave up one of the few precious remaining spots in this class to a "meh" QB just to have a back-up insurance policy.
That being the case, the question arises: Do you guys think that if Devin Fuller ended up committing that the coaches would be content to have him as the only "QB" for the class, even though he'd probably end up playing some other position down the line? It seems like the perfect win-win. Fuller gets playing time regardless, the team has the QB insurance policy, and the roster spot is put to great use.
Granted, getting Fuller is the hard part here, but do you think this is a possibility?
On July 1st (aka tomorrow) Nebraska will officially be the 12th member of the Big Ten. Will be a great addition.
Among the highlights from Terrelle Pryor's appearance on Gruden's "QB Camp":
*He does not know the words to the OSU fight song.
*The quarterback he idolizes is...Tom Brady.
*His favorite expression is "I feel very heartfelt."
I haven't heard much about him other than "wow, hes back at michigan." However, from what I saw at the spring game he looks like he could be an instant contributer on defense, especially given the lack of depth, and his experience. I would actually expect him to be a starter on day 1, unless a freshman contributes more than expected.
What do you think, mgoblog?
A lot of people on the west side suspected bad stuff but this is not good and makes me sort of sad for the Grady family.