ESPN Love - All Your Good Recruits Belong to Us
(which I believe we are, correct?)
...7 of our commits have decided to play in the UA All American Game and ESPN likes our class...must be a coincidence.
I"m surprised that ESPN is charging for this one. Usually, sites don't count overviews as "premium" material.
It's seems like 99% of their college recruiting stuff is paywalled this year.
It's not an article. It's just a link to their recruiting rankings.
Is it just me or is everyone forgetting about dymonte Thomas? It seems like he's being taken for granted. His name rarely comes up these days but he's gonna be a playmaker.
He hasn't hit the camp circuit yet this year which is pretty much the only reason why nobody is talking about him at the moment. It's also the reason he's been steadily moving down in the rankings lately.
He and McCray were both playing baseball this spring, so they've been busy.
Dude, that was so last decade.
But the Split M that ESPN is using? Now THAT is so last decade.
*all your good recruits are belong to us
in proper internet vernacular
Its about time ESPN likes Michigan's class. I feel that they rarely rank Michigan pretty high. They seem to prefer the southern teams & USC.
That's probably because USC and southern teams normally recruit better than Michigan.
Ouch. The harsh truth.
Michigan usually recieves the lowest ranking by ESPN, compared to Rivals, Scout, ect. It's great to see that our recruits are rated highly by ESPN this year.
You guys have a real nice class. Most likely won't stay at 1 but will probably stay top 5. Having 7 UA All Americans doesn't hurt either haha.
Like conventional wisdom, tend to follow or lag the real changes being had in general. Recruits are ranked not only on film and camps, but also on who is after them. Reputations remain after perfromance improves or fades.