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"Maryland safety Josh Furman will be taking his first official visit on Sept. 12 to Michigan. “Michigan is showing a lot of interest,” Furman said. “I’m very curious to see what the campus is like and I can’t wait to see a game at the Big House. I also really like (wide receiver) coach Tony Dews. He’s a great guy and I just get a good feeling about him.” Although Furman still denies a leader..."
For anyone not familiar with Furman, he's slotted as the #31 Athlete on Rivals and the #20 Safety on Scout. Hes listed as 6'3 194lbs. He apparently showed very well at camps over the summer, and clocked a 40 time of something like 4.36 and a 42" vertical jump (what!!!). For what it is worth, ESPN thinks he will grow into an OLB. Id predict either OLB or spinner. (As I understand it he plays both OLB and RB for his HS team. He apparently has a knack for rushing the passer)
Everything Ive heard on him over the summer has been very positive. I think he will probably be moving up on the rankings as the yr progresses, but to be honest I dont really care. I think the kid has the measurables to be an unbelievably athletic LB (something highly valued in our new defensive scheme. Though the article makes it clear that Furman denies a leader at this time, getting the first look from this kid cant be a bad thing, and landing him would be a huge plus in my opinion.