It's out of our hands.
It was never in our hands.
And it's happened before.
Lo Wood to Decide in June
Lo Wood will be choosing his college of choice next month, if all goes to plan. His recruitment has been up and down lately, after what seemed to be a big Michigan lean. The recruiting ride took a sharp turn after Lo took a visit to Notre Dame's spring game.
He came back from the trip ranting and raving about the experience, and declared that Notre Dame was tied with Michigan. It seems that somewhere along the way the Fighting Irish have taken over the lead. This isn't a done deal, and as I said, it has been a roller coaster decision. If Lo was choosing now, it seems he would pick Notre Dame.
I fully expect the full court press to be put on by the Michigan coaches, which could result in our favor. Lo Senior's relationship with former Notre Dame players have played a role, as well as the Irish coaching staff. Several recruits have told me that it doesn't look good with Lo. They were quick to retort with a few names they are confident with, that would definitely make the fans happy. Rashad Knight was one name that came up, and it seems to look good for now.
As I said, and as we have all seen, anything can happen. This isn't over yet, but it looks like Notre Dame may have the advantage. Stay tuned...
That sucks but I guess recruits are thinking that either Weiss will have agood year this year and turn things around or they will have a bad year and they are hopeful about the coach of the future.
If it's Notre Dame, I hope he goes 0-4 against Michigan.
Rashad is rated higher than Wood. What's the issue here?
Good luck to Lo, seems like a nice kid.
could be that we might not get either.
he'll camp at Michigan or at least make another trip to Ann Arbor before he decides? If not, I agree it may look like this one is headed in ND's direction. Hope he chooses UM.
If we are ever able to add him to the staff or get him out of the Midwest (highly doubtful), it will be a great day.
to see how many athletes choose to go to ND, when they know full well they can do better at another place. seems like an easy decision to pick UofM over Nd, but maybe i am just biased.