Sounds like we made a pretty good impression with this guy. I'd love to get him. One luxury that Rich has never had is a truly dominant OL like the one he is slowly building at UM.
to play football, not to play trumpet
Not dominant in the sense that he didn't have highly touted 4/5 star guys filling the ranks. But the lines at WVU under Trickett/Frey/Barwis were very much dominant. That's one of the things I can't wait to see once this offense gets rolling. The WVU lines that helped roll out 300 YPG on the ground were composed of 2* scraps that were molded into killing machines by Barwis and some excellent coaching. The possibilities of what an OL composed of highly recruited guys like Lewan, Washington, Schofield, etc...how can anybody not be excited?
As for Henderson...we'll see.
Works for me.
...a few months back the proprietor of this site requested that people use informative subject headers so that people know what a post is about. This is an example where the subject header could be better explained. Something like "Seantrel Henderson - Rich Rod Did Good Job?" Though now that I read your "post" it reads more like a Twitter update.
the only thing wasting my time is reading your complaints about titles on posts. if your time would be better spent curing aids, go do it.
I'm passing along a message from the host of this site.
You mean this isn't about Gerald Henderson coming to UM to play football with Greg Paulus?
You mean this isn't about Florence Henderson coming to UM to train with Barwis to become an even better mom?
I thought it was about Rickey Henderson challenging Denard to a contest of speed.
Damn, I got beat to this punchline.
Likes the Spartans too.
Might be a package deal with J.D Pride, who is being helped by Antonio Bass:
"Education has been a point of emphasis for Pride, who is being leaned on by Henderson for advice during the recruiting process. His experience as a former athlete himself and familiarity with numerous other recruiting stories like that of family friend and former Michigan Wolverine Antonio Bass, have given him useful perspective.
"I consult with (Henderson's parents) about what they think," answered Pride when asked to describe his role in Henderson's recruitment. "They believe in me -- that I have their son's best interest in mind. I've proved that on, and more importantly, off the field."
"Nothing is a given out here on the field," he continued. "A perfect case is the Antonio Bass situation. Here is a kid that physically had everything. They are still ranting and raving about him at the Michigan complex. Unfortunately with no contact, this guy messed his knee up and caused some nerve damage. Well, it's over with. But you know what? I love that kid. I've known him for about five years, and what a standup kid. He dealt with the situation and he has continued to go on. He's going to graduate on time with a great degree from the University of Michigan. What character. What character! Those are the things that I stress with Seantrel, my son, or anybody. " "