Hoke was top notch at this aspect of his job.
Sam Webb is saying that two former 4-star teammates on a traditional "southern power" are looking to transfer to Michigan, and Michigan will pursue upon the two players being granted release which has NOT happened yet. He is stressing that this is in the very early stages and being intentionally vague.
As to who the players are: both are defensive guys. One would be able to play right away as a grad transfer and Sam said that he would "absolutely contend for a starting spot in the front seven". The other would have to sit a year but Sam thinks would definitely be in the DB rotation after he becomes eligible.
Now, if you'd like you can do what we do best: get our hopes up and sleuth. Possible names being tossed around are Antonio Morrison/Alex Anzalone and Jalen Tabor from Florida, as well as one of the three DB's from Auburn that announced they were leaving this week (Melton, Moncrief, Turner). Interesting from the Auburn group is Derrick Moncrief who went to Prattville, AL, where we have procured two recruits from in this recruiting cycle and the previous one.
All of this is premature and speculative, but optimism would this board good. Go Softball tonight.
The Stanford band has always had a rogue reputation. It caught up to them. Harbaugh might have forgotten what it's like to have a REAL marching band supporting his team.
LINK. Looks like this move was made right after the spring game. Best of luck to Chris in his future endeavours.
"The Wolverine’s Michael Spath and former Michigan OL Doug Skene break down Jake Rudock’s game against Big Ten West Division Champion Wisconsin last year and discuss how he’ll be able to contribute to Michigan this season."