Hoke: NEED MORE RECRUITS! Shane, do your thing!
Shane: I got you, coach. On my way to campus to watch us beat Ohio.
Bosch: I’m in.
Shallman: Me too.
Lewis: Sounds like a party. I’ll bring the backfield skills. My teammate and I are planning on coming together.
Dawson: I’ll be there.
Hoke: Basketball team, BEAT OHIO!
Basketball Team: Done, Coach.
Chris Fox: This looks like too much fun to pass up.
Taco: Oh yeah. I’m comin!
Hoke: OK, let’s get some sleep!
Butts: Wait for me!
LTT: Spots are filling up, let me get a seat!
Hoke: Great job, Shane! Welcome to Michigan, boys!
Shane: No problem. I got a date with Erin Andrews.
THE END...for now.
They commit in pairs!
From his twitter: @LoganTillman: Officially a Wolverine & better yet a Michigan Man
Kendall Fuller out of Good Counsel will be making a visit to Michigan on April 14th during the Spring Game. This is per the Good Counsel football team's twitter:
I've noticed that all of the recruits that we've gotten besides one have been four stars from rivals, but only about half are four stars from scout. Is this because scout gives out less four stars in the beginning or are both sites just that different when it comes to rating the players?
I wrote this piece this afternoon on why I believe Michigan has been so effective so early, at least pertaining to the 2013 class. I figured some constructive discussion could come out of it: How?
I was just wondering if anyone has a theory why the committments have rolled in like this. I've only been following recruiting like this for a few years but I never remember anything like this happening. I know there was a huge visit yesterday but still.....