Mason NEEDS this, Pistons, after all you've put him through
Nice fluff piece on Kellen Jones.
Jack Miller is listed as both a C and DE depending on what site you look at. I thought RR had been recruiting him for the offensive side of the ball, but lately many have been saying that we only have 1 OL commit in Posada. Does anyone know the direction that Hoke and co. are looking with Miller? I remember some saying they saw him play this year and he had quite a mean streak on the defensive side of the ball, so I wouldn't be disappointed either way. We still have Khoury and Pace waiting behind Molk, but I always think the more OL the better. It would be nice to have a decent OL class this year with Posada, Miller, and hopefully Bryant and Fisher closing it out. What are your thoughts, or what have people been hearing?
I follow this site very regularly and I remember hearing that Karlos Williams had us in the running during the early part of the year, and I don't recall hearing anything that officially put us out of the running. He is even listed in his final 3 on Scout's webiste even though they all predict FSU: http://michigan.scout.com/2/1041114.html
Is this new staff going after him at all? Or is this recruitment actually over and he's for sure going to FSU?
Mike Dyer, who covers local sports/high school stuff for the Cincinnati Enquierer, tweeted these two gems earlier
Michigan has offered Colerain senior FB Trayion Durham, according to Colerain coach Tom Bolden
Colerain senior FB Trayion Durham will take an official visit to Michigan this weekend, says Bolden
Our own TomVH added his little take on the proceedings
For those of you who don't know, Trayion is a unanimous 3*, former Wiscy commit. Offered by Wiscy, Kentucky, Louisville, Minny, Cincy, BC, among others. Maybe Tom or someone can help me with this, but no word on whether or not MI FB Joey Kerridge still plans to walk on at M.
It seemed like the first 12-18 months of RR's coaching, he spent some of it justifying the inability of his offense to not knowing the plays. Denard Robinson, himself claimed that his freshman year was awash with not knowing the plays. (Probably because he didn't enroll early...) Now I know RR had very little experience and talent on the offense but I wonder if that was a smokescreen to protect the players from their suckiness or if we can expect BH's offense to suffer from "not knowing the plays" and Hoke make the same excuses.
What say you?