Title says it all. It looks like its down to Armani Reeves if we get another DB in this class, unless we get a surprise on signing day.
Kenneth Crawley commits to Colorado
Pardon my ignorance, but was this young gentleman even remotely interested in Michigan? I follow recrutiing at an average (by an MGoBlog'y standard) level, but I've never heard of this recruit at all.
As someone below said, he had an offer and flirted with the idea of visiting Michigan once he decommitted from Tennessee and once Standifer decommitted from Michigan. However, the interest was short-lived.
Once he decommited from Tennessee, there were rumors that the coaches were showing some interest, but I guess it wasn't mutual.
Your statement is false.
Based on his visits (Colorodo and Kansas) I'm not sure he was really on Michigan's radar despite the offer.
In the washington post it shows that he was considering Michigan, but obviously that is as far as it went. Plus he has a teammate that commited to Colorado. I think some people thought he could possibly be a signing day surprise, but hopefully we can snag Reeves.
I was hoping we wouldn't have to settle for Reeves
um....Reeves has been our #1, even before Yuri Wright (when we were recruiting him), I think.
unless that's sarcasm
Sarchasm. This is not sarchasm. I clearly have to clarify.
Good luck at Co, at least he didn't land in CBus. Tn has turned into a quiet Tirefire/trash tornado this recruiting season.
We get either Garnett or Diamond - not both and then offer Dan Gibbs from Birmingham who accepts before the words come out of Coach Hokes mouth.
really not sure why people didn't care for his comment but he does have a valid point. On some of the priemum sites, they have talked about extending an offer to gibbs for a while now. He has been asked to walk on but with the decommit of stacey, I feel he has a very legit chance. The only reason I could see people getting mad would be the fact that they want to keep his scholarship and bank it for next year, which in my opinion, would be really nice considering we are sitting around a class of 14-16 right now. (probably be up around 20 by NSD 2013)
Boulder's a great town (if not as great as it was 15 or 20 years ago) and the Colorado lifestyle can't be beat. But it always surprises me when that trainwreck of a football program at CU lands a high profile player.
Case in point: Darrell Scott. Look how that turned out.
His nickname should be "Creepy."