I really hope Kris Frost has a good visit
landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
This is important for this weekend, so this post will probably replace the "Weekly Update" Monday post. I'll continue to add to this, since camp will be from the 19th-22nd. Here's some updates, as they come in.
There's always the possibility that I could commit, but the trip would really have to blow my mind, in order for that to happen.
I'm not sure about a commitment today; I'm visiting right now.
Sounds like a commitment probably won't happen, but my opinion is that there's a small chance he pulls the trigger tonight. This could be the final visit to get any other questions answered. If he doesn't do it tonight, I'd expect it to happen soon.
I really hope Kris Frost has a good visit
His name makes me crave a Wendy's Frosty covered in Christmas cheer.
I agree hopfully Kris Frost and his parents have an awesome visit, also hope the visit can blow Posada's mind. Good job.
Just watched the video interview, sadly it is short hair.
Could you imagine a Polamalu with dreads!?!? I guess the world isn't ready for that greatness...
Troy Polamalu's father-in-law, Mike Holmes, was a de/lb at Michigan in the 70s. He played for the 49ers briefly.
He's got a few years to grow it out. If he wants to come here, that has to be part of the deal.
It's a nice list with players of need, it be nice to get verbal's from at least one of each group by Monday. Hey I can dream can't I?
is 88 and sunny friday, 94!!! and sunny Saturday, 85 and sunny on Sunday. Not going to be cold one bit, Make Kris and Tony feel right at home baby
I really think we need to get James Ross. The kid is a stud, and might be the number one kid instate in his class. We can't afford to keep letting MSU get their hands on these top recruits. I really like Frost as well. We need quality linebackers.
O i Forgot about Ray Ball, hope we can land him and Posada both big athletic monsters that could fit right in the BigTen. Although team to beat is Wiscy i think, and they are known for big physical Linemen. But Im sure UM could steal him.
I'm pulling for Antonio Poole to have a good showing. I really like his film.
Tom (or some informed poster) -
Can you elaborate on how the camp plays out? What do they do, who else attends, etc. Obviously there will be more than 8 guys at this camp. Who rounds out the rest of the attendees? How do they get invited? Are there other people coming that we know about but didn't merit being included in this list.
Its Saturday thru Tuesday, and anyone who wants to attend can attend if they pay the camp fee ($185 for commuter, ~$425 for residential campers) Saturday is more or less 4-8, Monday and Sunday are 9-7 and Tuesday is 9-3.
Last year there were about 700 attendees but the year before that there were 1200, which is more like what the coaches are expecting, since there is less construction this year on campus.
I saw Troy Palamalu at the LA Zoo a couple weeks ago. He was the scariest thing I saw all day.
I'm surprised Tony Posada isn't rated by Rivals yet. He's well above the radar, with a number of BCS offers, playing for one of the most highly scouted high schools (especially this year) in Florida. He doesn't have a crazy offer list, but early offers from Michigan and Tennessee should at least warrant a rating.
Getting those three kids from Detroit for 2012 would be sweet.
plz commit kris frost kthxbai
This is really going to help Michigan out. we could get a commit out of this weekend.
This is my first posting, but i have reading mgoblog for a while now. I just saw this and maybe someone can post this on a thread if it hasnt been already. Thanks.
Look at the author of that article, then look at TomVH's bylines on this site.
thanks for the heads up and sorry i should have checked better.
I hope that everyone coming has a great time. A great impression this early on would certainly boost our chances with a lot of these guys it sounds like.
about this years recruits. it seems to be a good class. Michigan will be back to UM of old if we keep it up.
really looking forward to Ed Davis. He seems to have potential.
Chicago DE James Adeyanju and his coach were in attendance today, and got a chance to sit down with Coach Rodriguez before camp. I didn't personally talk to him, but a relative had a quick conversation with him and said he was a very personable and well-spoken kid and seemed to be enjoying his visit.
On a side note, he's listed as 6'2 225 on Scout, but he is one massive human being.
SO there are still no commitments to Michigan, even after their camp?
Oh lord help our recruiting..