I'VE HAD JUST ABOUT ENOUGH OF YOU SONNY
Yes he can, but only if replace "Casteel" with "RR" as I have done below
"In 2005, the Mountaineers defense ranked 15th in the nation in total defense and 13th in points allowed under [RR]. In 2006, the Mountaineers pass defense ranked #109 out of the nation, 119 teams. The next season, 2007, the acquisitions of safety Ryan Mundy and freshman defensive backs helped the Mountaineer defense to a top 10 defensive ranking.His 2007 defense also ranked in the top 30 in eight categories. The Mountaineers finished seventh in the nation in total defense, eighth in scoring defense and 14th in pass efficiency defense."
They defense was terrible in 2006 but then in 2007 they got Ryan Mundy and were awesome with freshman defensive backs. We are basically in the same situation as that 2007 defense going into the season. Now I pose the a questin to you:
Who will Michigan 2010 Defense's Ryan Mundy?
WI 3-star "Big Back" (at 6'1 190 with room to grow) is headed to Iowa. Recent MGoRecruiting posts suggested he was regaining interest in UM. He held a UM offer.
It's really Dee or bust in 2011's class
This is a re-post but Brian did us all a favor and put this to bed last March. APR is not an issue barring a disaster on the team. I don't know what happened with Austin White to cause his exit...but APR is not an issue wrt to his leaving. The sky is not falling... http://mgoblog.com/content/apr-raw-and-wriggling
I take no credit for any of the film used in the video, just the video itself. Thanks to all those who helped create these clips to be used in the video. Go Blue!
if he knows the playbook as well as he says he does then he could be a valuable asset to this team regardless of whether he's a freshman or not. Im not saying he should start or will start but i think he can contribute. Which leads me to believe he wont be redshirted as is suggest in a below post