The Tampa Bay Times recently surveyed all of the I-A college football programs, asking the question whether or not there should be a football recruiting period similar to how college basketball is.
86% of the respondents said that they were in favor of having one. This would mean that recruits could sign a LOI before the Feb 1 signing day if they so chose.
What do you all think of this idea? Here is the link:
I woke up and realized that we have 28 slots for 2012, with 23 verbal commits and 4 target left (Diamond/Grant/Muller/Henry). Assign each target a possibility factor:
- Diamond: 0.6
- Grant: 0.6
- Muller: 0.5
- Henry: 0.75
That gives us 2.45 commits. From what I learned on "Super Sunday", I will take 2 out of the 4.
Are we going to bank 3 schollies, or we just rub more snake oil to commits of Purdues? Who else is a realistic target?
Per multiple sources
Per Josh Helmholdt
Cincinnati (Ohio) Moeller WR Monty Madaris has committed to#MichiganState
There had been some speculation that we might be going for Madaris, but this honestly doesn't seem too unexpected. Good get for Sparty, they have a fairly solid WR class coming in this year.
And the rough few days of recruiting news rolls on. Hopefully we still can get a commit or two tonight.
Per his Twitter
over Notre Dame .... Armstead held a Michigan offer, but we never made it to his final 7. Kid is a stud .. glad Notre Dame didn't get him.