With the recent decommittment of Tajh Boyd from West Virginia, does Michigan have any chance of landing him or has the staff withdrawn the offer due to committments from beaver and forcier? Thanks for everyone's help.
But I'd say he probably still has an offer. Rodriguez likes to keep a lot of QB's on roster, and he'll want as many that are fits with his system as he can get.
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He's not being recruited anymore, and isn't even looking at UM. If he tried to commit, he'd be told thanks but no thanks. But that's not going to happen. He's looking at Boston College and Tennessee.
random schools for a dual qb
and Penn State
This is pretty weird, though:
"Is Michigan done at quarterback with
this recruiting class? I don't think so, and I am hearing that the
Wolverines have an excellent chance at landing Miramar (Fla.) High
standout Eugene Smith. USF is heavily in the mix, and some say Florida State has a shot at him as well.
Brian - do you think this tells us something about Tate and The Beav? I've heard those two are the lockiest of locks for Michigan.
Forcier is a definite lock. He's expressed disappointment at other recruits not honoring their verbals.
Beaver has squashed rumors of him being shaky every time they've come up. But the fact remains, the Oklahoma schools (and Texas Tech I believe) are chirping in his ear. I would suspect Michigan is keeping in good contact with Eugene Smith just to keep their bases covered.
Personally, I'd love it if they could squeeze all three into the class, but I don't think that will be plausible.
i always have this problem playing ncaa football. i can get like three 5 star qbs and wrs but i can only get like 2 star DTs and DEs.
This recruiting battle could explain Leavitt's inexplicable swipe at RR last weekend,