maybe i should have had greg howard write the brandon obit.
Since Hyattsville (MD) DeMatha offensive guard Terrance Davis has been sending some strong Michigan signals lately, I went ahead and put together an evaluation. It seems like he's the lineman most likely to drop for Michigan right now.
Prepare for 5 years of "lack of respect" and "Michigan didn't want me so I am out to exact revenge" stories by Rexrode & Co. Sets up a fun narrative between DeWeaver and Peters with both being Midwest top 15 type QBs.
Originally a commitment to Michigan, deWeaver re-opened his recruitment after former Wolverines coach Brady Hoke was fired and has made several unofficial visits to Michigan State.
Mississippi State, Penn State, Louisville and Kentucky were the other finalists in deWeaver's recruitment. He's rated the No 1 quarterback in Ohio and No. 12 Pro-Style QB in the nation by 247sports.
According to Rivals.com, deWeaver is rated the No. 8 QB in the nation and No. 232 player overall.
Last season, deWeaver said he was 150-for-210 passing for 1,900 yards, 24 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
FSU has promised to cooperate in a new investigation, while Florida grocery chain Publix has denied any arrangement with FSU players:
There's a good joke in there somewhere about hook-ups and crab legs but I haven't quite worked it out.
Oh by the way, Jameis admits to a minor NCAA violation then adds more fuel to the fire by saying other players received free food from Publix as well.
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We knew they would be crying foul. Now Saban joins in.
"If we're all going to travel all over the country to have satellite camps, you know, how ridiculous is that?" Saban said Tuesday evening, before the Crimson Caravan stop in Huntsville, Ala., as reported by al.com. "I mean, we're not allowed to go to all-star games, but now we're going to have satellite camps all over the country. So it doesn't really make sense."