It's being reported that Marcus Hall chose OSU.
"What (Michigan coaches) told me is that they're focusing on point guards right now, but if anything opens up, they'll definitely come back on and recruit me as hard as they were," said Towns
Thanks for the update.
What a joke.
I thought Tennessee was in his top 2? Miami?
I'm sure he will enjoy Oklahoma State.
Mike Edwards was right. Hall shocked the world!!
It was already a strong dislike the way he's been stringing us along.
I look forward to the day Big Will beats him like the damn Buckeye he is.
Tom, are we expecting to hear about Quinton Washington today? I know his coach said that they will talk this afternoon and then let the coaches know.
Either today or tomorrow. I've been keeping an eye on it, but I don't think anyone knows exactly when it will happen. FWIW, I posted this earlier, but an SC recruiting guy thinks Washington will pick South Carolina. I'm not sure here.
I heard on WTKA today that Sam Webb thought Michigan's best changes were with Robinson, Witty, and Washington. The others were 50/50 at best (even Je'Ron who he thought that Illinois was making a late charge)
making a positive statement about M right after the visit is not stringing anyone along. He never told RR that he was committed to M. M recruited him and he preferred to go to OSU. He is a Glennville kid so this should not surprise anyone.
He will not be on Geddes his sophmore year and that was always expected.
ur doin it wrong
Hall Commits to OSU per Scout.
That could earn Tom's wrath. Better lock your doors.
Did you miss the original post?
It was pretty "meh" last fall. Adding Marcus Hall to the roster in 2009 only adds more depth to a talented corps of lineman. Cordle, Brewster and Browning all return in 2009. Shugarts and Boren may slide into the roles vacated by Boone and Rehring. Then there's the monstrosity named Mike Adams.
Enter Marcus Hall. The rich keep getting richer.
Hall's probably a big OSU fan and no doubt sees some playing time opportunity there too. I'm just not sure once could see the opportunity as equal, since Michigan's need for better offensive lineman is much higher than Ohio State's right now.