Considering the records of the past two seasons and the failure to gain any commitments to the recruiting class of 2014 after August 9, 2013, is it likely that any highly rated prospects in the recruiting class of 2015 will wait until after the 2014 season is over before deciding to commit to MIchigan?
Signing Day Liveblog wsg Brandon Williams
Gonna start around 10 a.m.
“I would like to see anyone, prophet, king or god, convince a thousand cats to do read the liveblog chaos mitigation post before entering.”
― Neil Gaiman
About Go Blue Then and Now:
GBTAN's mission is to support the foundations and philanthropic endeavors of Michigan legends. Some of the organizations they support include Mott Children's Hospital, UM Hospital, the Charles Woodson Foundation, the Jalen Rose Leadership Foundation, Marlin Jackson's Fight for Life Foundation, Phil Brabb's CancerKicker.org, Tai Streets's Meanstreets AAU basketball team, David Merritt's Give Merit, Cato June's June Family Foundation, and many Michigan local alumni group scholarship funds. Like them on Facebook, or if you hate your eyes, follow along on their website to find events and opportunities in your area.
...yet no mention of Odoms Hope for Pahokee?
I don't think he's involved with them, no. I really appreciate what the Pahokee guys want to do but there's a higher level of organization and accredation they haven't reached yet.
and filled pretty early thus the lack of new commits during the season. Ya know what, if I was a 4-5 star kid or the parents of a 4-5 star kid that was considering a team that had made a significant coaching change within their staff and was coming off a dissapointing season, I believe I would probably take a wait and see kind of attitude too. You can't blame anyone for that really. At some point Michigan has to make some strides in the right direction and this upcoming season needs to should show improvement including a win at either Lansing or Columbus or both, otherwise a recruiting dropoff can be expected.