snag Laquon Treadwell he is just a beast.
well that's just, like, your opinion, man
snag Laquon Treadwell he is just a beast.
Didn't realize MSU in in his top group of schools... bleh.
he's kept his recruiting pretty quiet but i don't think he has shown msu that much interest. i wouldn't be concerned.
His recent delcaration of a top four is kind of a funny group. Michigan, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State.
Pretty sure everyone would be shocked if he chose MSU. Even Dantonio. He'd be like:
I would be stunned if he picked MSU but they seem to be hanging in there in his recruitment.
Seems to have been very high on UM for a long time, not sure how Okie and OkieState look to him.
MSU is loaded at WR esp with the TN transfer and a few top flight frosh. These kids like playing time and thats what UM has for him among other things of course.
can anyone confirm if he's visiting UofM this weekend?
Who is he? If you are asking about Treadwell, it was a possibility, but not 100%.
Yeah, he told him that he wanted to get out there but he didn't know if he could because they were going to be there and he didn't know if they could. He confirmed this with him.
After watching Cliftons sophomore highlights I would very much like to see him get an offer and go blue. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NsCqVgXVmaA
Treadwell is IMO the biggest must in this class. We really need that big time WR!
I'm not disagreeing with you, but after seeing Chesson's track numbers I'm much more at ease about WR.
I'm still not, a player like Treadwell is hard to come by, obviously since we haven't one since Braylon left
Braylon was a 2 star I believe. Also, Manningham was alright.
Braylon was before the star system came about for the lost part. Rivals and Scout started in 2002. That said, Braylon would probably have been a low 3-star. Had a few MAC offers until UM came calling late I believe.
Wow, I didn't know this about Braylon's recruitment. Interesting how underrated he was.
Hence the whole "You have to Earn No. 1" bit from Lloyd
That's crazy. Just shows you I guess rankings aren't everything (but they do make me feel better)!
How many players does each of these teams have? Just trying to decipher what exactly Top 10 means... 10 out of ?
I'm guessing each team has around +10 players (7 starters + few subs) since it is a 7 v 7 tournament.
The teams I know for sure:
Max Ex, AWP, Core 6, North Shore, Gridiron Academy
The top 3 teams from this weekend are qualified to compete in the IMG 7on7 Championship in Florida.
So in 7v7 they have to run both sides of the ball? Or is there more likely 20+ players per team? Not being snarky, I genuinely do not know.
For a normal High School 7v7 it just depends on how many players show up, and usually kids will play both sides of the ball. But since quite a lot of these guys are Division One prospects the rosters are all around 19-20 I believe, 7 starters for each side, plus a couple athlete guys
There's about a 5 percent chance he goes to MSU.
There is a 69.69% chance he comes here. I would be head over heels excited if he chose the maize and blue.
I wonder if this Jared Murphy cat is worth a look at slot receiver? He's had some good camps, runs a 4.47 40, and was the only WR to give Lewis trouble in this 7 on 7 tournament.
Should I be concerned that Morris was #4? Isn't this format a huge showcase for QB's basically? Plus, which team actually won?
I wouldn't be concerned, but people will find a reason to freak out over anything.
Max Ex (Shane Morris, Khalid Hill, Jourdan Lewis, etc) won
They lost in the semi finals.
Maybe they lost in the semis but I think he was saying they won in life.
Not really, given that two of the guys ahead of them are Treadwell (4/5 star WR) and all-world LB Jaylon Smith.
He was the first Quarterback on the list so that is good. Also, in this format they have to throw every time. There is no taking off and running if no one is open. So, yes I think it is a great showcase for QB's but receivers and DBs have a huge chance to impress. With Shane already being a highly touted QB it probably makes it harder for the people judging to put him at the top psycologically b/c they want him to impress even more. Possibly, or I'm just crazy talking.
Threw some great passes to Treadwell, and he could see the two of them hooking up for many TD passes in the 2013 season and beyond!
They are on different teams. Although Treadwell did play safety against Morris and reportedly had a couple of "almost picks."
Is just a TD pass in different terms.
As someone else said, they were on different teams, but TomVH tweeted that the two were hanging around and playing catch during their breaks.
Can someone please explain how Notre Dame recruits so well given the product theyve put on the field post 90s? (aside from being Christian). It baffles me, where talent goes to die.
Don't underestimate tradition.
Because they're Notre Dame. Really simple
1 - tradition
2 - education
3 - every game is televised nationally
4 - catholic high schools
How did they get that NBC deal in the first place? has it been going on for a long time? Im a 91 birth year so most of the ND tradition came before my time.
Well, I'll be!
Haha...I'm not sure what I like more about this post, the honesty or the ignorance.
"I wasn't very excited by this recruit because I decided to form an opinion contrary to everyone else without actually basing it off of any relevant information."
You have embodied the internet. You win today.
I just can't see him picking anyone else. You just get the feeling that he's coming to Michigan which is different from the feeling of when we were slipping with Isaac and Levenberry.
But didn't we feel like they were coming to Michigan until about a month left in their recruitments?
With Isaac yes. With Levenberry, not so much; at least not me. Levenberry was recruited hard by FSU well before we got in on him, then we swooped in, made a great impression, shot to the top for a bit, but he ended up choosing a school that had the major he wanted. It's often tough to make up so much ground against an early favorite like FSU with Levenberry..
Apparently a quote that headlines an pay-walled article on Michigan's Scout team page. Seems like a good sign.