in town for free camps
That didn't take too long.
In my experience of participating in interviews, I've found it takes 2 to produce a clunker! I'll take 50% responsibility 4 this clunker.— Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) July 1, 2015
If I'm late to the party on noticing the extent of startups in A2 then so be it.
But I thought it was very cool and wanted to share.
A lot of interesting businesses are establishing themselves in A2 who are making products and solutions to real, global business problems.
Michigan and Ann Arbor should be proud of this trend.
Where did you go to HS and were they any good at football?
I went to Utica HS in Macomb County. They were not good have never won a playoff game. Only 4 playoff appearances and no state titles despite being one of the oldest teams in the state.
They do play Romeo HS for a Little Brown Jug that was started in 1948.
Curious to see what football pedigree some on the board came from and if it was big at their school.
Scout jumped into the rankings fray for 2017. (247 Sports already posted their initial rankings, and Rivals' will be posted next week, I believe.)
As far as players in Michigan go, here they are so far:
#25 Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Cass Tech
#116 Ambry Thomas, CB, King
#126 Josh Ross, LB, Orchard Lake St. Mary's
#194 Ja'Raymond Hall, OT, Oak Park
#216 K.J. Hamler, WR, Orchard Lake St. Mary's
#239 Allen Stritzinger, RB, Warren De La Salle
#266 Corey Malone-Hatcher, DE, St. Joseph
#269 Hunter Rison, WR, Ann Arbor Skyline (MSU commit, no Michigan offer)
The two in-staters with Michigan offers who are not on the list are TE Carter Dunaway (commit) and S Jaylen Kelly-Powell.
I think 2017 will be a really strong year within the state. And I hope Michigan can gain some momentum during the season in order to sway a lot of these guys to pick the good guys.
Well, that went well. What are your thoughts?