Just announced on ESPN.com
Hello: Shaun Crawford
Shaun Crawford says he wants to wear 23 at Michigan bc past Ohioans Desmond Howard (21) and Woodson (2) added together equals 23"
to random Buckeye recruit who wants to wear 23 because of Michael Jordan.
Best decision of your life! Welcome.
Love playing the game,too!
Hooray for high schoolers!
And double woooo! ESPN recruiting guy just asked Shaun my question!
I wonder if Kinnel commits tomorrow.
Another young man has signed up to be taken advantage of, to be abused, and suffer from untold physical ailments when he gets older.
I'm working on my sensitivity while the rest of you celebrate:
1 - He is going to have to play for free in a system that takes advantage of him at every turn.
2 - He will be abused by vicious drills like the Michigan Drill. (could be worse, he won't be rubbed with a beaver).
3 - He will probably have CTE, early onset dementia and who knows what other ailments.
He does probably have a working sarcasm detector, though.
Oh, and welcome, Shaun!
honestly, that flew over my head too. sarcasm doesn't come accress so easy over text lol
Dude's gonna be playing for Michigan football, my guess is he's gonna be rubbed with a few beavers.
Did someone forget to take their meds this morning? WTF. Sarcasm?...doesn't sound like you were joking, by the way you defended your post. That was not funny, nor helpful to this thread.
This is a happy time for Shaun Crawford and his family. Nobody needs you to be the turd in the punchbowl. Damn, I really wish I could NEG the shit out of your posts right now.
I'm excited about the commitment but I can't disagree with you.
Welcome aboard, Mr. Crawford. I hope your time spent in Ann Arbor fulfills your every dream.
Cotton, I feel shocked.
He will not be able to see very well.
Damnit, I missed it.
Not a surprise but wow... this defense (and team in general) have the potential to be amazing over the next 3 - 5 years.
Brian beat you to it.
That's what I said.
No it wasn't.
Yes it was.
Nope. You said Brian. See where it says "Brian" like 3 comments up?
And have you ever seen a thread you didn't neg. U b trollin
I've really liked this kid since he came on the scene last year as a possible recruit. Height won't matter that much if you can really play, and this kid can bring it.
If I am not mistaken, this makes five recruits already for 2015. These spots do fill up rather quickly now, largely due to the staff being able to target and recruit top talent in a ruthlessly efficient manner. They definitely know what they are looking for - and they are so successful at finding it too.
Welcome to Michigan, Shaun Crawford!
Does Brady Pallante receiving a grey shirt count towards this class
Time to drink. Wake me up when Kinnell commits tomorrow.
She was wearing maize and blue. In 2015 so will Shaun; welcome to the family!
Welcome to AA. I look forward to watching you contribute to the Maize and Blue.
already drinking! welcome to Michigan!
Welcome aboard! It's also sweet to get kids from Ohio.
That's another well spoken kid to add to the team. So many of these guys seem like really good people, humble, well spoken, mature, etc. Good stuff.
Sometimes, just sometimes, it gets hard to sit and wait for these 2014 and 2015 guys. I mean, I'm ecstatic about this year.. and it's nice to finally have a good amount of Hoke guys vs Rodriguez guys.. and Borges can install HIS offense. But the future is what really seems to be the key. I hate being that guy who says "just wait.. the future is going to be great". But I only do so because I KNOW we have the right coaches leading the way.. and they are getting their players. I will not miss a single minute of any game this year.. and enjoy every second of it.. but I can't help but get ahead of myself at the thought of Brady Hoke seniors leading the way, with the nations best underclassmen dominating.
Sorry, I don't want to take anything away from 2013. I just feel things will only get better and better. Michigan is in good hands. (and to be honest, I am a bit anxious for the rest of the world to see Michigan is back).