What position does he project to play at???
What position does he project to play at???
Is he like a Jet but faster? Does he run out of fuel easily? Can he go between guys legs? What is his 4o time? I say offer him. LSU just got a 14 year old kid, lets break the record.
What a blessing. I'll be that guy though . . . pics or it didn't happen! Seriously though, best wishes for your new addition to the family.
Will pics up when we get home. Couldn't get them to show up from my phone!
My son born on Jan 29th 2014 will also be part of the class. He will most likely play WR.
Well congratulations to you too sir. The future is certainly bright
My son was born May 2013, and named Adrian. He was born in Florida and is already displaying ESS EEE SEE speed.
Avatar is your wife?
Is his mom on board with Michigan? No more McDowell type situations or house divided abominations!
Seriously, congratulations. Welcome to the adventure. My kids are very active in sports, and you will now become a big fan of whatever teams they play on. Hopefully you won't be swayed by any NY mommy patrols paralyzed by the fear of potential concussions.
Mom is all aboard the Michigan express!!
That's a big kid. Is he more of a DE or LB in the 3/4?
Both my brother and I were over 10 lbs. Now, at 6'4" 180 and 210 respectively, we are really more of WR types.
Don't peg him on any position early. Talent this raw needs time to develop
If football doesn't work out, he is definitely already a 5* candidate for NOTY. I would kill to be named "Jett Xavier," but here I am, being a plain old Mike.
Also, congrats on the kid!
Wonder if Lane Kiffin was in the delivery room
So does that make him the first commit for coach Michael hart?
You can't dampen my mood with your negativity. Nobody forced you to read and comment on an OT post.
You kid..... check yo bloodline.
quarterback in 8th grade so the recruitment should begin any day now.
Congrats and best wishes to the whole family.
Congrats! Ever since I could remember, I've wanted to give my kid the middle name of "Xavier," however, I failed to foresee my wife's opinion on the matter as well as my kid being a girl. So, again, congrats on the kid and the name (which is the name of kid who's gonna be pretty freakin' cool).
Congrats! According to BB's new system, I'd give this kid 5s across the board. Just tell him not to drag out his decision until NSD. This board doesn't handle drawn out recruiting decisions well
That's a big baby.
I also have to give props where props are due. Our doctor, Dr. Finazzo, is an MSU grad. He delivered my boy via c section after nearly 48 hrs of labor. My wife and son are here thanks to the effort and diligence of the doctors and nurses at Oakwood Dearborn and Dr. Finazzo so from now on I will only be hating on MSU when they play Michigan. A huge sincere thank you to all of them!
The one of the main nurses, who was great, during the majority of my wife's labor was an OSU alum (at Mott's, no less). While we despise our rivals and their fans during games, it most certainly doesn't mean they are not still capable of being incredible human beings. That fact unfortunately and ignorantly gets lost for some people, myself included at times. Again, congrats!
Anything is possible in a maize and blue world!!
if you want the record, you'd better get some sort of procedure done that confirms this child's commitment now. I'm sure the doctor will understand.
you should start working on the "Jett sweep". Congrats!
Aerospace Engineering? Sounds like a punter.
Kind of a cool story bro here, but my son was born literally 24 hours before UTL in 2011, and my wife still let me go to the game. It made the euphoria even more surreal having gotten zero sleep in the previous 36 or so hours once kickoff came around.
First and foremost, congratulations to the OP on the new addition to the family!
As everyone knows, the way recruiting cycles seem to go faster and the way in which classes fill up now, 2032 is almost right around the corner, so he should start seeing those pamphlets soon hopefully.
Hope mom and baby are doing well!
RB!? Lineman, sir. Also, no pics??
It's always nice to hear that a new Michigan man is born!
I'm glad every one is healthy and blessings to your family!
Pretty sure future Michigan players/infants with superhero names are not OT.
I'm all for cool and hip names, but Jett is not one of them.
If there is ever an appropriate time to offer critique on a choice of name, i'm betting that would be at some point before it is bestowed upon a child.
Brandon Brown has him as a 5 - True Blue Lock
Whoa, whoa, whoa. Has to work on pad level strength and technique?
I'm not ready to say do not want, but you've got to work on marketing this kid a little better....
In all seriousness, though, congratulations. My son is just about to pass 5 months old. My boy and Jett can be roomies in South Quad in 18 years.
Boys are a great adventure and looking forward to the pics. We had nine pounder babies that were each born two to three weeks early; so they would have been at least ten pounds had they gone full term. I am anticipating the letters anyday now for my three recruits.
Class of 2028, 2029 and 2031. I am hoping that two of the three will be one half of the O-Line while the other gets to be fullback or TE.
Every baby is a miracle, enjoy every moment brother.
That's AWESOME!! Congrats! Feb 24 is my birthday too! So happy to share it with a future Wolverine!
I hate these threads. Use facebook if you want to tell someone you had offspring.
And yes I have kids. Not a kid hater just too OT. At least there is no stoopid picture of your child in Michigan gear.
If you guys don't like the thread, stop being kill joys and move on. Don't comment on a thread that doesn't interest you. How hard is that?
You have much to be proud of, and so does mommy---so don't let the killjoys (trolls) put any kind of damper on the happiness you share with us. Nothing wrong at all with you creating a thread to proclaim your good news to the MGoWorld
begin training jett immediately in martial arts to kick the snot out of the kill-joys here...
will help with his technique on the line.