will be michigan's highest pick in a while
Sup. Early enrollees have numbers and listed heights/weights.
I'll have a post up tomorrow a.m. with the uninteresting interesting things.
Jake Butt announced that he IS enrolling early now.
That means the current early enrollment list looks roughly like this:
- Kyle Bosch
- Jake Butt
- Taco Charlton
- Ross Douglas
- Dymonte Thomas (probable)
- Logan Tuley-Tillman
It looks likes early enrollment is becoming more and more popular every year and it will definitely help these guys see the field earlier.
Deveon Smith with 17 carries for 311 yards and 3 TDs. Highlights include a sack on defense as well:
Highlights from Marlington (Dymonte Thomas #1) win over Poland. Not much of Dymonte except at end with tackle and FF where he blew up the RB:
Dymonte Thomas preview fluff with interview:
Interview with Gareon Conley after win over Buchtel:
I can't decide which 2013 recruit that I'm most looking forward to wearing the winged helmet, but S Dymonte Thomas is up there, and we haven't heard much about him recently. He's competing in a national 7v7 tournament in Indianapolis this weekend, and here's an article with some praise. Also includes a positive shout out to Khalid Hill. Link? Link.
Per Ace's twitter, quoting Dymonte's twitter. I won't post the tweet because the format always seems to get screwed up, but here's the quote and link:
"It's official if I score high enough on my ACT and I pass summer school for Spanish 2, I'm graduating early to go play football for Michigan."
"Bree Dunn just walked into my house with all of his OSU stuff on. He's about to get beat up."
This should assuage any fears for those people scared he'd flip to OSU. Then again, if you don't believe him yet, you probably won't until he signs.
I won't post a link, but I just talked with Dymonte Thomas about a week or so after Eleven Warriors posted a short interview with him in which the consensus seemed to be that Urb's golden touch will bring Dymonte home to the Buckeyes. In short, it's nothing to worry about. He said he'd visit Columbus only to see Brionte and his brother, who is also a student at Ohio. When I asked him about Meyer/Dunn and their potential influences, his message was simple: They have no impact on me
I only posted this just in case some people caught the 11w interview and were a little concerned.