Good news. I think Michigan flips him. Just my gut feeling. And no, I am not going to BKFinest it.
Home visit schedule for saturday with Michigan #GoBlue— The Only .23 (@A1_Pericoo) December 5, 2013
I'm dumb when it comes to recruiting .. Who is this
3* RB who is currently committed to California. He's their second running back recruit. 6'1", 215 and reportedly runs a 4.45 forty. Michigan State, Missouri, Cal, and Minnesotta are his best offers.
Link to his page: http://247sports.com/Player/Vic-Enwere-24862
Probably not. Very similar mold to De'Veon Smith and Green.
Strider, not to flashy but looks a good downhill RB!
I really like his highlights. Would be awesome if we could flip him.
not mistaken, this wouldnt be the first time under hoke weve flipped a player from cal?
He is from Texas, but he is committed to Cal (for now)...
that... I meant Cal the school not Cal the state...
(Obligatory pass-blocking ability inquiry)
Why is this tweet from the future? Also his scheduled visit is with the Commish according to the above rivals link..
It all depends on which coaches go visit.
See Brandon's post below. I'm guessing Hoke, Mattison and maybe Mallory will be in-home with Peppers.
Dude's recent stat line are pretty impressive. Had 5 Tds in playoffs in one game.
Squats 515? Meh
Who among us does not sqaut 515???
From The M Block: Fort Bend Austin running back Vic Enwere: "It was cool I guess."
Clearly flipping any minute.
I talked to Vic tonight and he said that he had definitely thought about a flip to Michigan. Coach Jackson will be in his house on Saturday. I'll try to catch up with him again Saturday night.
With Green & Smith already set as the workhorses next year and one of the top RB's for '15 in D.Harris already commited, i would like to see this scholarship go in another direction. But if he does decide to flip which i believe he will, the more the better.
Film does looks good however.
With our depth in the backfield already, and with Green and Smith essentially being our #1-2 guys next year, this kid would have a lot of work to do to get some playing time. Especially with Damien Harris on the way the following year.
But Michigan wouldn't have offered him if he didn't have talent, so if he comes here, I'm happy to have him.
There's really not a whole lot of depth. It's basically Green and Smith with Drake Johnson coming off an ACL tear. Hayes and Norfleet are supposedly slot receivers now. Rawls has fallen off the depth chart; he had 3 carries this year.
Probably means we are having attrition at the position that the coaches maybe more privy to than us. Either way he fits the mold of an RB archetype the program likes to recruit.
If Green or Smith goes down with an injury for the season, we have no backup for the other guy unless Drake turns into a good option. Lots of RB's get hurt. Ask Fitz. Better yet, ask Iowa.
What ever happened to Wyatt Shallman? Is he redshirting this year?
He is a FB or a HB/TE of some type...
Yes, he redshirted, and he's been practicing at H-back.
...because they've had a much better record/tradition of developing RBs over the past several years and there are OL issues at UofM. Aside from Mike Hart, UofM hasn't had any noteworthy RBs in the last 10 years. And I'm not sure how much UofM had to do with Hart's development. As I recall, he hit the ground running as a freshman and never let up. Hope Derrick Green and Deveon Smith change that.