Nothing to do with any CC's, but does anyone get the feeling that Michigan can use Justice like Florida used Percy? I can see him going in motion and becoming a handoff option, or going into motion into the backfield, get set, and then run a read option. He just seems to have that quick burst, ability, and build that made Percy so great. Truly an all-purpose guy. What do you guys think?
Justice Hayes... Percy Harvin?
We all can't be as sweet as you Braylon, not everyone is a freak of nature like you, and your big sexy beard and your swift feet and your beautiful hands....sorry what happened?
if anyone, Dee hart would be this kind of guy, even though he still can't match harvin's speed, but his elusiveness based off of his videos in open space are pretty incredible for the level of play in 6A florida fball
The only person on our team that could be Percy Harvin is our quarterback, which is what Florida told him he would be when recruiting him.
Florida was recruiting him as a DB?
On the offense...RR may utilize a player like this more than a coach that runs 'pro-style' offense. Thoughts, everyone?
Please refer the first 6 words of the OP.
If Justice is half the player that Harvin was in college, he will have a great career.
But remember, he first has to sit out multiple years because he decommitted...oh wait, you say it's okay now because he is committed to Michigan?
(sigh) don't even try to make it seem like i'm a hypocrite. i admitted my idea was a little extreme. and i shouldn't have written that post. i lost 250 mgopoints because of that post, and now i can't afford a decent meal.
Glad to have him aboard but Dee Hart is a bit closer to the Percy Harvin comparison. Hayes and Hart are shifty like Harvin but neither have the straight line speed like he has. Then again they are both 17 and only time will tell the full story. Hope they both are.
5 words in your post sounds like a commercial for a bad lawyer.
Justice is a very agile
They can try to use him in the same way but don't forget Harvin was the top recruit in the country and was almost guaranteed success at the college level.
Even if Hayes were used in the same manner, it's unlikely he'd be as effective.
He may not be Harvin, but he will definitely LAY DOWN THE LAW and pound the ball like a GAVEL. You can really have some fun with this kid's name. JUSTICE
a sports columnist's dream.
If he's a serious gamer, you're totally right, we're going to see a lot of headlines like MICHIGAN LAYS DOWN THE LAW next to pictures of opposing Big Ten coaches burying their faces in their hands like perps on Cops.
Don't do him justice.
Percy Harvin is Percy Harvin. I don't think you can really replicate to the extent that he was used by Florida. Hart and Hayes could, together, create the opportunities that Harvin did on his own, but neither is built the same way as Harvin or has the combination of speed and agility that Harvin has.
i know, but i'm just saying he can be utilized in the same way where he is a wideout, but can lineup in the backfield sometimes and receive handoffs and reserves and such.
Harvin could be utilized that way because he was so versatile, though. You had to worry about him getting the ball in the backfield, screens, underneath routes, and the deep ball. Hayes and Hart can create that kind of effect together, assuming they develop the way they're expected to. But one of them alone isn't going to be effective if they're used the way Harvin was.
yea, well thats the discussion i was bringing up. could justice be used the same way as percy was? if so, can he be as effective? obviously, i sure hope so!
This is not what I am hoping for but...
- Harbaugh says no
- RR gets year 4,
- 2011-win 9 or 10-lose to pryor and Tressel-make capital one game-lose close game to SEC school-heat is still on
- Brandon knows 2012 is huge (bama, nebraska, nd, osu, ect) so he keeps him.
- Due to the schedule they drop back in wins maybe 8 or 9.
- Brandon will drop the hammer and let him go with a solid team coming back Gardner at QB, all the Freshmen from this year back plus two more good recruiting classes.
- Who's ready to get back into coaching?
- Someone who will be seen as an upgrade.
- Someone who knows a good spot and will not get back into coaching without knowing he is steping into a loaded team...Urban Meyer. Never liked him but I can see it happening (Midwest Guy, two years with the family, starts going crazy, becomes more of a Mack Brown type-letting coordinators do most of the work).
Can anyone else see it? I hope not-I am hoping for Rich Rod to lead a team with Denard and 20 or so other three or four year starters to an 11 or 12 win season in 2012!
nomnomnomnomnomnom im eating ur post
Just had to do it, didn't you. You couldn't just let one thread get through without a mention of the coaching situation. These CCers are like cockroaches (or Palmetto bugs as they are known down here) - turn off the lights and they come out of every crack in the foundation.
is a bit troll-ish, but to be fair, profit, a coaching change is a very real possibility. It may be annoying to speculate about, but it's not like it's a manufactured possibility.
RR's job security is in Dave Brandon's hands, and they're going to be clasped very tightly for the next 25 days...
I may be dumb but I'm not stupid. The point is that no good comes out of these discussions so why have them? People can't just wait and see?
Considering the subset of the population that posts on MGoBlog, anything as relevant as a coaching change will be heavily discussed, even if it doesn't affect the outcome of a game. For the people that discuss it, there's a certain perverse interest/pleasure in trying to guess correctly what the outcome is going to be. Is this so different than a thread speculating about who the Heisman winner will be for next year?
Can I have his Mgopoints?
or you need professional help.
Putting aside your bleak prediction of Michigan's future, Urban Meyer wouldn't move to Ann Arbor in just 3 years after leaving coaching, uprooting his family yet again after retiring to presumably spend more time with them.
If he wants to get back into coaching, Notre Dame will be the spot-- but I think he may take a more extended leave than most people are expecting.
Meyer will proably end up at ESPN. He would still get to be a celebrity, still get to scatch his football itch, make better money than most "day jobs," and not have to work 110 hours a week. And once he realizes that he will, as Dick Vitale is fond of saying, "never lose a game in the booth," I can't see him putting himself through the grind of coaching college football again.
From anything I've heard about him, he is really funny and engaging off the field. There is a chance that he could walk into the booth and get Jon Gruden-like results. I'll bet ESPN has already put out "feelers" to his agent.
Everyone knows Percy Harvin won't work in the Big Ten! Duh!
This is sort of OT, but I just saw this on Justice Haye's twitter and thought I would share:
Ay the florida gator commits are very upset. #smh keep yall heads up. Hey I got a great idea. Why don't all of you guys come to MICHIGAN #:)
the way he thinks!
Great athlete who is agile, but not exactly the same speed of Percy Harvin