rundown of Michigan's riser
Passed clearinghouse. Not yet admitted to Michigan.
I didn't see this posted yet...Thoughts?
As I was going to gander at the recruiting rankings on ESPN I spotted an article about Justice Hayes. Thought it might be a good read for some of you.
EDIT: This article was posted 4 days ago on ESPN, sorry if I'm late or double posted. MGoSearch didn't bring up any results.
Sam Webb talked a little bit about Demar Dorsey this morning (nothing has changed). During that conversation he talked about past U of M players going to prep schools to improve their academic standing. If you go to prep school, of course, you don't lose any NCAA eligibility and your chances of getting into Michigan are much better than they would be if you went to a junior college. Does anyone know why a player would go a junior college (and lose eligiblity and greatly decrease their chance of making it into a number of schools) instead of going to prep school? I'm imagining that players sometimes don't have a choice, but I'm not sure why.
Rivals is showing a front page post of Shawn Conway. In the article it goes on to say there is a possibility that Shawn will not be eligible to play his senior year of high school football.
Family difficulties resulted in Seaholm head coach Chris Fahr gaining legal custody of Conway in May ? and since Fahr lives in the Clarkston school district, Conway might be forced to enroll at Clarkston High, be subject to transfer rules and miss the fall sports season.
It does say in the next paragraph that the school board and district superintendent can waiver the rule.
The same report suggests the Birmingham School Board and the district superintendent can sign a waiver that bypasses the rule and that would allow Conway to remain in coach Fahr's legal custody, live in Clarkston with the Fahr family and still attend Seaholm.
http://burneysbytes.blogspot.com/ (article is called "Blind Sided?")
The UM vs ND game from last season is being replayed right now on BTN for those who are able to watch. It was on this past Saturday too, great game to watch to get excited for the upcoming season, GO BLUE!