Scout's front story claims Pearlie Graves commited to UM
FWIW. Michigan doesn't seem inclined to get re-involved.
with jones having wondering eyes.
How is he ranked?
behind jones. 4* but Tom has been saying he likes him better than JOnes
THANK GOD! I needed some good news reported for a change. Every single forum post, etc has been bad news for a while now. Tom or Brian are better to go into detail as I'm sure Brian will with his googlestalking, but I've read a lot about this guy and I was pretty excited about him. He should be pretty solid.
I like Tom.
....to get guys with awesome names!!!
Welcome Pearlie......we promise it will be much warmer next November.
For the record, neither site has him listed in our commitments yet, scout actually doesn't even have him under his "schools of interest." I'm not saying I don't believe you, because we expected him to commit to us, but do you have a link?
In "The Fort", Helmholdt (Rivals reporter man) is saying it's a done deal.
He's committed. He's still going to take visits, but he's all set.
Personally, I think he's going to fit in real well with what Rich Rod wants. If you get a chance to see any of his film you'll see he looks pretty good.
GREAT name for a D-Lineman. I like him already.
finally, a serious challenger to fitzgerald toussaint for best name in freshman class of '09. also has the look of someone you'd want on your side.
What? Shavodrick Beaver wasn't doing it for you in the name department? I think Toussaint still has the lead though.
But you're totally right about the look. Great scruff-beard. It says "I'd rather mash offensive guards into the ground than shave."
When I hear the name Fitzgerald Toussaint I immediately think "Lives of the Rich and Famous" and him sitting in a gold chair smoking a Cuban cigar and sipping on a fine whiskey. I don't know about anybody else. Pearlie makes me think of a woman knitting a sweater. Still wouldn't want to meet him in an alley.
would like a word with you.
With things kinda down right now...atleast recruiting continues to yield the future.