The nutty Michigan coverage isn't so much about Harbaugh as it is a signal to the Big Ten that Fox wants to party.
Hope it hasn't been posted yet but there's a great diary entry by LTT on his commitment process over at 247. Read it here.
Awesome kid, really happy for him and his mom.
Earlier this evening, the Tremendous Facebook page was somehow deleted, and the folks at Tremendous would like everyone's assistance in rebuilding their presence there by "Liking" the page. This way, you can continue to get the best Michigan football recruiting information in virtually all known formats, as it should be.
https://www.facebook.com/tremendousmichigan or search "Tremendous".
Show whoever did this that Tremendous pages are a phoenix that will not perish. After all, this is Michigan, fergodsakes!
The title says it all. I have a feeling Bosch will creep into five star status on at least one or two sites by the time it's all said and done. Always nice to see our commits get some love.
Offensive lineman Kyle Bosch (Wheaton, Ill./St. Francis) was part of a flurry of Michigan commits this past weekend. The 6-foot-5, 282-pounder is impressive on tape and moved up slightly to No. 42 overall.
Another recent Michigan commit, outside linebacker/jumbo athlete Taco Charlton (Pickertington, Ohio/Central) moves up approximately 50 spots in our Top247- checking in just inside the top 100 at No. 99. After further review of his film and comparing that to his size and athleticism, we felt like Charlton has the type of upside that could not only make him a star in Ann Arbor but also land him in the National Football League one day.
A third Michigan commit to make a big move is offensive lineman David Dawson (Detroit, Mich./Cass Tech). He debuts in the Top247 at No. 195 after further film review.
Article is free: http://247sports.com/Article/More-moves-in-the-Top247-62475
Also, I think Shane was previously 15, and now he is 14. That's already 6 commits in the 247 top 100!
Per South FL Sun-Sentinel:
Not official, but apparently imminent. Not completely surprising given the coaching change.
Graham Watson (frequent contributor to Dr. Saturday at Yahoo! Sports) wrote up a really interesting article in response to an Ohio State sign that compares the academic majors of current Ohio State football players against those of Michigan's players.
It's a great article, and I'll let you readers interpret from it what you will.
Link is here.
[Edit: FWIW, Graham Watson is a lady. Not at all relevant to the story, I just saw a lot of comments referring to 'he/him' and thought it should be stated.