...says Denzel Valentine of Big Ten Tourney favorite MSU, which is 5-7 in its last 12 games. Cumong, man.
Feel terrible for the kid as he was having a great season and was the possible #1 overall NBA Draft pick. The debate over top seeds is going to be pretty crazy this year.
They want him badly. Wonder who or what they'll trade to get him.
Pittsburgh Steelers are going to release LaMarr Woodley this week. Woodley was a salary cap casualty as he was slated to make $8 million this season, and the Steelers have good depth at his position. He will probably end up being one of the top free agent pass rushers on the market this year. Will be interesting to see where he ends up.
Signing from 4-6pm today @ Shelby Township Krogers 23Mile Marketplace. Gives a rare chance for us Macomb County folks to see Chuck. He's promoting his wine, TwentyFour. A simple google search will confirm. A nice appetizer before we beat Indiana tonite.
Yesterday Sam Webb broke the news that 2015 QB David Sills could be visiting Ann Arbor some time soon and I was able to semi-confirm that with him tonight.
Sills rose to fame as the 8th grader who committed to USC a few years ago. Today Sills remains committed to USC, albeit softly, but he has interest in checking out Michigan's campus.
Brandon Watson and Freddy Canteen are former teammates of Sills and enrolled at Michigan in January. Sills says that they both played a big part in his growing interest in the Wolverines.
Yeah, I believe I'll be up there in Ann Arbor next week. Brandon and Freddy have really talked me in to going up to see the campus. They've told me that it's the best place for football and academics and that life after Michigan will be great. They love it there. I'm still committed to USC but I'm keeping my options fairly open.
There have been a lot of changes at USC since Sills first committed. He says he's comfortable with the new staff and fellow verbal commitment quarterback Ricky Town will not deter him from becoming a Trojan if he decides to honor his own verbal commitment. He says there will be competition anywhere he decides to go and another player will not factor in to his decision.
It'll be interesting to see if this visit does take place and it will be even more interesting to see what kind of impression it makes on Sills if it does. Clearly there are a couple of advocates already in Ann Arbor for bringing Sills into the fold and Watson and Canteen have done their part.