Here's film from the first four games for in-state recruit for the 2012 class, Matt Godin (6'5", 253/Catholic Central). He loves Michigan, is hoping to get an offer and is also best friends with 2012 DT Danny O'Brien.
TomVH could post a video of himself taking a dump and I'd watch it.
Please do not test the above.
6'5" and 253? Sounds like a RVB clone. Could be an interesting one to keep close tabs on. The talent in 2012 Midwest class is sick. We keep up the wins and we'll be able to put together a monster D recruiting class (possible combos of Gant, Ross, Richardson, O'Brien, Godin, Jenkins-Stone, Wormley).
I'm not so sure a DT from Catholic Central could cut it at Michigan.
Godin has a big frame that is not going to stop at RVB standards...he looks quick.
That was sarcasm. Trivia: Where did Mike Martin attend high school?
Pretty sure that the toughest conference in the state is the OK-Red. Sorry east-siders.
does that have to do with this thread? And I'm pretty sure what's relevant in discussing high school on this site is recruiting. And I'm also pretty sure the east side blows the west side away in producing D1 athletes, so I don't really see your point.
seeing if he could get you riled up.
Obviously it worked.
east side produces better indivdual talent, west side produces better teams.
If you quit spazzing out long enough to read the text in the video, maybe you'll understand what his comment has to do with this thread.
Yeah, the Catholic league has had some pretty good years, but I agree that the OK Red is about as good as it gets for HS football in Michigan. I'd put Rockford, Muskegon and Hudsonville up against CC, Rice and St. Mary's most years.