“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
|2 hours 53 min ago||Crystal Ball||
I don't make a prediction unless I confirm information from more than one source on a situation, or if someone I trust has done the same. Very rarely do I shoot from the hip when making these predictions. I have a few times though, if we're being honest.
It's a useful tool. It's not flawless. There are some analysts who throw things out there, but most tend to be responsible. There are some fringe OSU bloggers that go very Buckeye-heavy and when I first started with them I made a couple irresponsible choices, but for the most part it's going to give you a pretty accurate idea of what's going on in a kid's recruitment.
|9 weeks 5 days ago||Michigan||
Michigan is in the conversation for a lot of top players right now. That's what happens when you have a small class and can narrow your focus on a smaller group of overall players.
How they finish will in a lot of ways be determined by how they finish on the field this year, at least with the players that plan to wait that long to commit. The honeymoon in some ways is over as far as recruiting goes; some kids want to see a high quality product on the field.
As far as the "maize and blue fever" or whatever that is, those who believe that probably don't follow the site very closely. Michigan has a long track record of doing very, very well when they get players on campus. In terms of strictly recruiting, they are easily one of the top programs in the country, which is why players are consistently high on them when the coaching staff puts the effort in with them. Saying Kendall Sheffield (example) wants to visit (which he does) and making it clear that LSU, Alabama and Texas A&M will be difficult to beat is not pumping out sunshine.
Appreciate the shout-out though. Hope everyone is doing well.
|28 weeks 1 day ago||The||
The amount of "hahahahahaha"s vastly outweighed the "LOL"s that I got regarding the Borges news
|41 weeks 1 day ago||RIP||
RIP Kerry Von Erich - The Texas Tornado
|46 weeks 1 day ago||Still early||
But one name to keep an eye on, at least as a potential offer is Kelly Bryant out of Piedmont, SC. He's getting looks and has the Gardner skillset. Clemson will be tough to beat though: Kelly Bryant
|48 weeks 1 day ago||His||
His teammate WR Trent Irwin is a four-star player who has seen varying interest from Michigan. Irwin has relatives that went to Michigan as well and they'd be a major player if they offered.
|51 weeks 22 hours ago||It's||
It's recruiting news, but not Michigan-related. Looked to be at first. You're right though, you can carry on.
|51 weeks 1 day ago||He||
He and 2016 RB Kentrail Moran had discussed coming up for a visit last week because Jackson was still supposed to be in town, and Moran was invited to the BBQ but had no transportation. The two are friends.
It did not take place, and yes Jackson is an extreme longshot even if he does come to campus.
|51 weeks 1 day ago||Thought||
Thought it was odd that Tim didn't specify; 99% chance it will be for the ND game.
|51 weeks 2 days ago||Les||
Les Miles offered Jared personally, which is relatively rare. It was absolutely not a walk-on offer.
|1 year 2 days ago||I||
I think he has that potential. You'd be hard pressed to find a better size/speed combo at his age.
|1 year 1 week ago||This||
This is so far from the truth.
The ironic thing about Tremendous is that when it started, I didn't even have any interest in recruiting, let alone have a subscription of any kind.
Still, it's clear you're making an uninformed blanket statement without following my body of work. Haters always gonna hate.
|1 year 2 weeks ago||Hey guys||
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|1 year 4 weeks ago||I||
I was as surprised as anyone to know that, but yes he's being looked at inside, at least right now. I assume these things can definitely change.
|1 year 6 weeks ago||I||
I posted this at our site, but will share that I know why JC/Bama guys switched their picks, but am keeping my pick for Michigan.
|1 year 8 weeks ago||Scott||
Scott does not hold an offer, and I have reason to believe (not certain) that McKenzie does not hold a Michigan offer either.
It's Ballage, Mixon, Hilliman or bust. No new names have popped up in a while, and they're in good with a few 2015 backs. Green/Smith have allowed them to swing for the fences in '14 and then get back to work in the next cycle.
EDIT: RB is a position to watch at camp though; I shouldn't have disregarded the position completely. Still, they are not heavily pursuing any option they haven't offered yet.
|1 year 10 weeks ago||Underwood||
David Underwood has been making a concerted effort to try to get Michigan more involved in the state of Texas. This is good because 2015 is loaded as usual. Three of the four linebackers Michigan has offered in that cycle are from Texas, including Anthony Wheeler out of Skyline in Dallas this afternoon.
|1 year 12 weeks ago||Hey guys||
Lurking a bit tonight; Artavis Scott has a spot in this class regardless of what happens.
|1 year 15 weeks ago||Fair||
It's a fair criticism. It's hard not to predict optimistically when you only cover one team. Still learning, but getting better.
Still, people always remember the ones you miss, and not the ones you get right. Like Drake Harris. Oh wait.
|1 year 21 weeks ago||Did||
Did the interview via text last night; it's exactly how it was written.
"I would say that it is a soft verbal (to MSU) and Michigan is at the top right now I really like it there."
|1 year 21 weeks ago||Hey Guys||
I figured I could sneak over here for a second and give you a little help.
Juju Smith is being recruited at safety.
Kalen Ballage is a legit option at running back (90% he's being recruited there). Shai McKenzie is a possibility too; I'd add those two.
Hurd is a zero chance option.
Christian McCaffrey is high on the WR board; Michigan is the only school looking at him there.
Andrew Williams out of GA is a top target at DE. Still don't think Henderson has an offer.
Braden Smith likes Michigan; I'd put him at OT
Nick Watkins is a longshot, but will visit; put him at CB; same for Tyler Luatua at TE
Garrett Dickerson is a must-add at TE as is Nic Weishar
Michigan's chances with Hand are much more than a dream.
Hope that helps.
|1 year 23 weeks ago||Apparently||
Apparently it's a system glitch. They offered yesterday; they don't lead.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||Thanks guys||
Thanks guys. This would have never happened if Brian hadn't interviewed me for the job that Ace deservedly got. It was the motivation I needed.
|1 year 28 weeks ago||This||
This thread seems to indicate that his coaches are pushing him to look at other schools but that his mother wants him to stay in the South. If he visits, it might be worth discussing, but I'm betting on Georgia/Auburn/LSU at this point: LINK
|1 year 29 weeks ago||
Twitter is pretty much like everything else; it's a valuable resource if you use it correctly. Many do. Many don't.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||Follow-up||
I think it's a peculiar connection.
The Singletary part is more of an indicator to me than anything. At the very least, it's showing that Michigan is looking into his perceived interest to try to set up a visit. Obvious longshot is obvious, but even having the attention of the top players in the country is a win for the program, especially when it's so far outside their normal recruiting footprint.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||I||
I think the possibility of Lewan leaving after this season were high going into the season, so I don't think that really has had an effect on their OL recruiting at all.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||It||
It was more than Fox. A few of the current commits weren't happy at all at the original idea of taking a sixth OL. They've all calmed down now and it's a non-issue.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||This||
This is the case.
I was told by Henry to keep it on the low yesterday, but they're going to visit his former Gilman teammate Cyrus Jones and Henry decided he wanted to go. He contacted the coaching staff beforehand to make sure that it was OK that he went on the trip and they said it was.
It's really nothing to worry about.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||Hunt||
Hunt is really good friends with Kyle Bosch; in fact, I'm pretty sure Bosch is the one who put him in touch with the Michigan coaches originally. I think he's definitely the favorite out of the new group of 2013 OL the coaches are targeting.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||A||
A quick follow-up comment; as long as commitments check with the coaches, they're allowed to take other EDIT: UNOFFICIAL visits. The Cass Tech kids visited Alabama this summer while traveling to a 7v7 tournament; this group included Jourdan Lewis.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||A||
A quick follow-up comment; as long as commitments check with the coaches, they're allowed to take other visits. The Cass Tech kids visited Alabama this summer while traveling to a 7v7 tournament; this group included Jourdan Lewis.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||A||
A quick follow-up comment; as long as commitments check with the coaches, they're allowed to take other visits. The Cass Tech kids visited Alabama this summer while traveling to a 7v7 tournament; this group included Jourdan Lewis.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||I||
I hope people don't believe I enjoy partaking in that part of the process. It's the most annoying, but when people ask if I can clear up something, I attempt to.
|1 year 29 weeks ago||Weird||
Weird because I talked with him shortly after his official to Ann Arbor a couple weeks ago with the rest of the class. He said he had a blast and that it reaffirmed why he chose Michigan in the first place. I'll try to get in contact with him to see if it's legit.
|1 year 30 weeks ago||He||
He hasn't had a set date for an announcement since his recruitment began. He's been one of those "when it feels right, etc." kids.
Rivals also posted this article with Dymonte Thomas, who plans to recruit Green hard this week. It's hard to say when he'd announce though.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Dogfish Head||
Dogfish Head Chicory Stout; first time having it, pretty solid. Merry Christmas.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Michigan||
Michigan also offered 2015 ATH George Campbell (Tarpon Springs, FL/East Lake) today too. He's teammates with Mason Cole and Artavis Scott. An elite WR/DB talent.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||The||
The plan has been for him to choose the school he likes and that his mother would follow him to wherever he goes. I think it's more of a "you choose where EDIT: you want to go and I'll come live in that town so I can watch you on Saturdays" type thing. He's alluded a few times to education and that being the major factor his mother has pushed in regards to where he should go, not distance.
I believe (I may be wrong) that she's self employed and that's part of the reason why it can even work out for her to move where he goes.
I can understand where it didn't make a ton of sense, but I wrote it in a rush on my way out the door this morning.
|1 year 31 weeks ago||Hey guys||
The only reason I even tried getting a hold of Derrick is because the report seemed weird to begin with; he's said multiple times that his mother is going to move to whatever city he plays football in, so I don't see distance or location as a factor at all.
I know nobody likes Farrell, but he's definitely in tune to what's going on with Green and I'd listen to what he reports before I'd listen to what looks like a Tennessee fan reporting something like that.
That's not saying Tennessee isn't a possibility or that he's favoring Michigan instead; he's been quiet for a while and the fact he hasn't chosen is peculiar, but he's maintained that he was going to take his time and not rush a decision, so there's that too.
|1 year 32 weeks ago||Fox||
Fox wasn't the only one, but it does sound like the overall tone may be changing and that the current commits may be OK going with more. One commitment told me yesterday that we may even take 7 OL now.
|1 year 32 weeks ago||IF||
IF a defensive back recruit in this class moves to offense, it'd likely either be Jourdan Lewis or Channing Stribling. Given they are likely to take yet another DB in this class, I've actually believed there's a possibility one gets moved over.
|1 year 32 weeks ago||Couldn't||
Couldn't really speak on Kozan, but most national analysts had Diamond and Garnett pegged to Michigan last year as well except for the West Coast people who correctly predicted Garnett to Stanford.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Taco||
Taco, Dymonte, Bosch, Butt and Ross Douglas
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Poggi||
Poggi's two brothers.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||Poggi||
|1 year 33 weeks ago||He's||
He's really good friends with Kyle Bosch, who suggested Hunt to the coaches after Dawson decommitted.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||They've||
They've been at that limit for months now. They've told kids like McQuay they still had room for months now as well. If they're cutting bait, why wait until December? No reason to wait until less than a month before the kid plans to enroll early.
|1 year 33 weeks ago||This||
This kid tore his ACL six months ago, has been working his butt off rehabbing and wanted to get enrolled early so he could get higher quality treatment on it to help him get back on the field quicker and they wait until December to pull his scholarship (which is almost certainly what they did). Completely classless move, but what do you expect from Kiffin?
|1 year 33 weeks ago||We've||
We've heard these same rumors actually, but it's all smoke right now and no fire.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Narduzzi||
This could lead to Narduzzi leaving for Cincy.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||One||
One thing; the current OL commitments have been repeatedly told that there would only be five commitments at their position in this class. A couple weren't thrilled even when they took Sypniewski until they realized he was a long snapper and not an OL per se. I don't think the staff would take two more OL at risk of alienating or pissing off the commits who have stuck by them for months upon months.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||They've||
They've told all their commitments they're taking five OL in this cycle. That's been the story and it's something they wouldn't go back on with the kids who are currently committed.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||I'm||
I'm surprised, but I think it's the right move. He's been through a lot more than has even been known publicly and I think he deserves a second chance to be a part of the class if he wants to, which I believe he does.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||He'll||
He'll probably stay in SEC country to be honest.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Funny||
Funny because he told me he grew up rooting for Michigan, he even unintentionally referred to them as "big brother": LINK
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Scout||
Scout has him listed with an offer so I'm assuming they've offered since the time he visited.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Marshall||
Marshall - yes
Henderson - possibly, depending on whether or not he gets an offer from Ohio State. I think that may be the one he wants.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Michigan||
Michigan's also offered DEs Joe Henderson (Shaker Heights, OH/Shaker Heights) and Garrett Dickerson (Oradell, NJ/Bergen Catholic). Surprised it took them this long with Dickerson, he's a stud player on two sides of the ball.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||I||
I think of the trio of 2013 OL they seem most interested in (Hunt, Lacy, Na'Ty Rodgers), Hunt is the most likely to commit.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||Used||
Used to go to Grand Rapids Hoops games all the time when Cazzie was the coach there and he always got the biggest ovation at every home game. To this day, I'm convinced he was my grandpa's favorite Wolverine of all-time regardless of sport.
|1 year 34 weeks ago||He||
He finally responded to me. He says he's still committed to Michigan.
|1 year 35 weeks ago||Between||
Between him, Jayru Campbell and Jon Wassink (Grand Rapids South Christian), the state of Michigan is looking pretty solid at QB for the 2015 class.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||Overachieving||
You're right on the button as far as the overachievement goes. That's exactly how he described it himself.
Glenbard North will play Mount Carmel for the 8A title this weekend. Mount Carmel has DT prospect Enoch Smith Jr., C Nathan Oquendo and RB Matthew Domer (all 2014). Smith is the best of the three and was one of the top junior campers last summer.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||How||
How is that any different than the triple crown? You're proving my point.
The Triple Crown is a made up relation of stats that are deemed signifcant by people because it has a name attached to it.
What Trout did was a never-accomplished combination of four mainstream statistics. The radical difference in some (HR to SB) are an even more impressive display of his ability.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||This is not true||
This is such a common misconception.
It's been in the top half of runs/game for five of the last six seasons. Once they moved the fences in almost TEN YEARS AGO, the myth that it's a pitcher's park has somehow continued to persist.
EDIT: I'd also add that Angel Stadium is consistently near the bottom as far as runs scored (and HRs). A true pitchers' park.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||I||
I guess there are a couple things that continue to bug me in regards to this debate or whatever you'd like to call it:
1. Trout's offensive season was more historic than Cabrera's. Nobody has ever hit 30 homers, stolen 49 bases and scored 129 runs while hitting .326. Not one player. Ever. In fact, the two players who went 30/50 (pre-roid Bonds/Eric Davis) barely hit .300 or scored 100 runs. But because it doesn't have some fancy title to it, people fail to regard its significance. Cabrera's season was incredible, but I'd argue his season in 2010 was even better.
2. Pro-Cabrera people have no merit in a defense-based argument. They just say "oh he was better than we thought he'd be" or whatever. Trout's defensive season can be measured as elite sabermetrically. As an indicator of his range, he robbed four HRs this year (only the 4th player in 10 years to do it). Also, the Angels were second in baseball in allowing doubles and triples defensively. Cutting off the gaps are the centerfielder's primary responsibility. Also, like I said, it's hard to quantify defense without using saber stats, but the total difference between the two players using those saber stats are so wide that it's pretty clear who is the far superior defender.
3. Cab's late surge in August and September is what won him the title. People say he carried them when they needed it most. If you actually look at the schedule....you'd see over the last ten games of the season when the division was completely in doubt, Cabrera hit .210 with 2 homers and 4 RBI. The counter-argument would be that his surge is what helped put Detroit in a position to make that run. This is 100% true. It also justifies the argument that Trout outperforming Cabrera from May to mid-August is what put LA in a better position to win more games in a tougher division.
I like Cab and am happy he's MVP. I just think the argument for Trout is a better one.
|1 year 36 weeks ago||Is||
Is it really that incorrect to say yes? The Central is a terrible division and Detroit has arguably the best starting rotation in the American League. Cabrera had a great end of August/early September, but was awful coming down the actual stretch where they overtook Chicago. Meanwhile, Verlander went 5-1, 1.93 ERA in September, while Fister and Scherzer also had top-10 ERAs in the majors in the month.
After watching San Francisco completely dismantle Detroit in the World Series with excellent pitching, defense and baserunning, I feel like it showed how important those facets of the game really are. Either way, it is nice to see Cabrera get his due. He should have won MVP in 2010 as well.
|1 year 37 weeks ago||I||
I need to work on that sort of stuff I guess; commitment watch to me is less than a buckle-up; what I meant is that there was reason to believe a commitment was possible this weekend. If our site keeps quiet and someone does pull the trigger, the same people who get really upset that nobody committed would be the first to harrass us on Twitter and Facebook and say that we stole the info from someone else. It's really a lose-lose when there is no paywall with stuff like this.
Sometimes I've had to play our hand when we know we have info that nobody else does to show we do it legitimately. It didn't work this time.
As far as Bryan, I'm talking to him tonight; he was OK with me posting an update on Thursday when we talked, but I held off. Given that's the info I posted last night, my assumption is he is fine with it.
|1 year 37 weeks ago||I've||
I've been terrible in predicting where some commits will end up (Drake Harris, Garnett, Reeves), but in terms of knowing an actual commitment we've done a good job.
EDIT: What I mean by this is that when people ask for me to predict where recruit X will end up, I give them an answer. When we're actually aware of a potential commitment, we've been accurate.
We don't have the benefit of a paywall to hide our mistakes. It's something I live with. I've never denied being wrong and won't. It's not easy knowing what these kids will do. Thankfully, 99% of the people don't crucify us for making some mistakes.
|1 year 37 weeks ago||It's||
It's not McQuay. Sorry.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||I'm||
I'm convinced now, because you said this.
|1 year 38 weeks ago||Spike||
Spike's dad will massage his hamstrings with evaporated milk.
|1 year 39 weeks ago||The||
The guy who tweeted that to him is not a Michigan fan, AFAIK. He is a troll who does nothing but harass recruits, players and media members.
|1 year 39 weeks ago||TE||
TE and QB seem to be the positions they're being most judicious with as far as offers go. All of the guys you named are potential offers whom if offered would probably have Michigan at the top of their list. Blake Williams (Romeo, MI) is another you could add to that group.
Nic Weishar is an offer and is more of the Funchess type; he's very interested in Michigan as well.
Ethan Wolf (Minster, OH) is one who may get offered (just visited) but has other schools he's interested in as well.
Who actually gets offers out of the top group is a good question at this point. Rachwal has visited three times, is likely to visit at least once more for another game and really, really wants the Michigan offer. He's a similar player to Hill but plays a bit more of a physical game.
|1 year 39 weeks ago||Rachwal||
Rachwal is similar to Hill in many ways...as in if/when Michigan offers, he's probably going to commit immediately.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||The guy||
The guy who left that nasty tweet to Dawson about his dad is a troll who does nothing but harass recruits and those who cover it. I highly doubt he's even a Michigan fan and is someone who does nothing but cause trouble. I blocked him six months ago.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Yup||
I'll see if I can find out who it is, but as of now I have no clue.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Jones||
Jones was at the Illinois game last week as well. Not sure why it was worth making a post over.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Jolly||
Jolly Pumpkin Luciernaga to begin the night and some Bam Noire to finish it out
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Just||
Just win this game.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Da'Shawn||
Da'Shawn is not your normal recruit. I don't think the article is as fluff as some will make it out to be.
1. He was definitely trying to get to Ann Arbor for the game. He was at least bringing his cousin (2014 ATH Marcus Boone) as well. Some issues came up a while ago that prevented them from making the trip though. He plans on visiting after the season though.
2. Virginia Tech will be hard to beat. He's developed a good relationship with their DC Bud Foster and they are recruiting Boone as well, which might be the biggest thing going for them.
3. Michigan does have a decent shot though. Mattison is one of his favorite recruiters and he's aware of the prestige connected to Michigan's engineering program. Last I knew he was interested in petroleum engineering specifically, but that may have changed, who knows.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Malik||
Malik told me his game started at Saturday at the same time, so he wouldn't make it; I'm pretty sure that MaxPreps schedule is inaccurate.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Lewis||
Lewis will be there AFAIK. I added him this morning.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||Cole||
Cole is deciding after his season is over. It's pretty much down to Michigan and USC from what I understand. My belief is that he'll end up at Michigan though.
There are a ton of OL with high Michigan interest right now. It's far from a concern:
Offers: Alex Bars, Tommy Doles, Jay Hayes, Jamarco Jones,
Targets: Nathaniel Devers, Alec Stevens, Connor Hayes, James Hendren, Jon Baker
These are all guys Michigan is considering who have very strong interest. You could probably throw Jimmy Byrne, Orlando Brown, Braden Smith, Roderick Johnson and Damian Prince in there too.
It's one reason why Ward's offer is pretty meaningful; they must really see something in him.
EDIT: Yeah, Ward came somewhat out of nowhere. He's a name we had come across before but didn't pursue much because we weren't sure Michigan was interested.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||When||
When I talked to him last night, I asked him what would be the catalyst that would allow him to pull the trigger this weekend.
His response: "Taylor Lewan telling me to do so! I'm kidding, it's about making my parents feel comfortable really".
I think it's only a matter of time, and for those wondering, he hasn't released any film yet but will be doing so soon.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||But||
But there are still a lot of subtle digs in it.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||So||
So many subtle digs in that article. Well written.
|1 year 40 weeks ago||We're||
We're talking to a kid named Connor Moreheart this week too. You couldn't make these names up; they're great.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Rachwal||
Rachwal is another one who could eventually land an offer. Forgot to mention him. He may be visiting again this weekend, which would be his third visit this year.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Hard||
Hard to say exactly whom, but Khoury, Wiegers, Watts-Jackson and Collins are possibilities. Kief will get an offer at some point I'm sure; Snodgrass doesn't seem interested in Michigan at all and if Booth gets an offer this weekend on his visit, he'll be interested. If he doesn't, I think he's out.
I forgot to add DT/DE Kenny Finley and OL Malik King to that list as well. Both are from my hometown of Muskegon and are visiting this weekend. Finley is one who definitely could get an offer.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Here are some||
These are all players Michigan has at least sent mail to, if not contacted. I'm probably missing a few.
DE Malik McDowell (Detroit Loyola)
OL Ka'John Armstrong (Detroit Loyola)
WR Drake Harris (GR Christian; MSU)
DB Byron Bullough (Traverse City; MSU)
CB/WR Damon Webb (Detroit; CT)
OL Tommy Doles (GR Christian; M leads with offer)
LB Will White (Detroit; CT)
RB/LB Gary Hosey (Detroit; CT)
LB Deon Drake (Detroit; MSU)
DE Lawrence Marshall (Southfield)
LB Carl Fuller (Detroit King)
ATH Avonte Maddox (Detroit King)
OL/TE Jordan Van Dort (Zeeland)
TE Kyle Rachwal (Lapeer East)
DT Jake Khoury (Traverse City)
QB Chance Stewart (Sturgis; Wisconsin)
QB Travis Smith (Ithaca; visited this weekend)
QB Tyler Wiegers (Detroit Country Day)
RB Richard Wilson (Detroit Country Day)
WR Moe Ways (Detroit Country Day)
DB Rico Lewis (East English Prep)
ATH Jalen Watts-Jackson (Orchard Lake St. Mary)
DB Spencer Viening (Zeeland)
RB Lorenzo Collins (Farmington Hills Harrison)
DB Gairus Coleman (Farmington Hills Harrison)
OL Connor Hayes (Traverse City; visitor)
OL Alec Stevens (Ogemaw Heights; M leads with no offer)
DE Dylan Roney (Detroit Catholic Central)
|1 year 41 weeks ago||I||
I noticed that too; he's signaled to other commitments that he might pull the trigger soon. I'm wondering if maybe he didn't expect an offer from Michigan and that's why he contemplated revisiting Purdue on Saturday.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||He||
He may visit again for the MSU game. If he does, I think a commitment is possible.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Best||
Best is highly debatable. All five of the commitments they've had are pretty similar.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||Politely||
Politely disagree. An epic playoff performance was the only thing holding him back from taking that next step as his playoff numbers were meh coming into this season.
He looks primed to carry them to the World Series, putting him in a class of the truly elite.
|1 year 41 weeks ago||I'm||
I'm wondering if MSU is moving Gholston inside with the Michigan game in mind. If he's on the outside, he'll be a complete non-factor again against Lewan after last year's total domination.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||He||
He attended the BBQ this summer. The coaches have been interested in him for a while.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Honestly||
I think Jones is the #1 fallback option if Treadwell ends up elsewhere.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||pro||
protected rivalry games are always tough, especially on the road
|1 year 42 weeks ago||I'm||
I'm not sure, but based on how many good defensive backs seem to have Michigan interest, I'd assume they're looking at him at WR.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Starting Rotation||
Fister, Scherzer and Verlander were 7, 8 and 9 in the league post-ASB ERA. Sanchez has a sub-3 ERA in his last eight starts. The rotation couldn't really be pitching much better than it is right now. The team seems to be coming together at the right time.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||His||
His BABIP will be perpetually high in Detroit because the infield defense is terrible and has next to no range. On the right team, Porcello's #s would be a lot better.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Haven't checked lately||
but I think Jalen Ramsey is another USC DB commitment who might not be 100% solid and planned on taking some visits at one point.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Again||
Again, where did I say WAR once? Please, stop placing me into a certain group to fit your argument.
I know the MVP is rarely about defense. That's my issue. It's a major part of the game for a position player. It rightfully needs to be considered.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Haterade?||
It's called a different viewpoint.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||It's||
It's not a coincidence that Austin Jackson has had a career year getting on base (I was dead wrong on him) and Cabrera's sudden boost in RBI.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Runs||
Runs and stolen bases are arbitrary, but RBI and average aren't?
|1 year 42 weeks ago||You||
You don't need WAR to advocate Trout. You just need to realize the game of baseball consists more of hitting home runs and driving in players who got on base before you even stepped to the plate.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||"is smart on the basepaths"||
Attack the pro-saber crowd and then use "is smart on the basepaths" as a supposedly objective view on Cabrera's baserunning ability. Lol.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||How||
How does that not hold merit? Especially when you consider the Angels A. played in a tougher division and B. played in a smaller division, meaning their rotation of games included more matchups with Tampa Bay, New York and Baltimore among others.
To say the Angels wouldn't have won the AL Central is naive at best. The AL Central sucks; anybody who denies this is crazy.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||Two thingsq||
A. How do you know Cabrera has had a bigger impact on his own team? Because you watch them more than you watch the Angels?
B. Cabrera is terrible at third. I don't care if you're a saber nerd or not, fielding percentage is an awful indicator of how good of a defensive player you are. His range is next to nothing and it's easy to have a good fielding percentage when you aren't a good enough defender to put yourself in a position to make plays that some players can't.
The goal of baseball is to outscore your opposition and win games. You do this by scoring runs on offense and preventing runs on defense. The argument could easily be made that Trout has been the best player in baseball at producing and preventing. I love Cabrera, I love the Tigers, but to me it's Trout. It's closer than it was a few weeks ago, but to me it's still a comfortable decision.
|1 year 42 weeks ago||He||
He has interest in Michigan; we've talked to him a couple times and he's hoping to get an offer. Full intro will be coming relatively soon.
|1 year 43 weeks ago||His||
His family was wearing a bunch of purple and gold with a couple LSU hats during the same game he was wearing the Ohio State beanie. I think they're just having some fun with the process.
|1 year 43 weeks ago||What||
What about Chip?
|1 year 44 weeks ago||It's||
It's different, but that doesn't mean it doesn't apply.
Your post below illustrates his shortcomings pretty well, but I think part of the transition that's been going on under Borges was to expand the playbook for him this season and it hasn't worked.
It's also clear no matter how you cut it...he doesn't play as well on the road. At all.
|1 year 44 weeks ago||The||
The defensive players (Kovacs, etc.) have constantly been given the benefit of the doubt for having to learn new systems, etc., yet Denard is rarely extended that same courtesy. It's a shame because QB is arguably the most difficult position to withstand transition from.
|1 year 44 weeks ago||Offers||
They are coming soon. The coaches targeted the first three or four weeks of the season as their evaluation period with a lot of kids and a couple I've talked to have been told by the coaches that they'll be hearing from them soon.
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Poe-gee||
|1 year 45 weeks ago||Yup||
You're right. Big mistake on my part. I fixed it.
|1 year 45 weeks ago||The tweet|
|1 year 46 weeks ago||All||
All the actual factors recruits consider would technically favor Michigan in this situation (outside of playing in the SEC, which has become an allure for top recruits to showcase their abilities). Michigan is a better academic university, has excellent tradition, he'd play early, he will have a great offensive line to run behind and he's developed a relationship with a lot of Michigan's current 2013 class.
All that being said, I can say with no confidence I have no clue where he'll choose and I've talked to him 7 or 8 times throughout his recruitment.
|1 year 46 weeks ago||Yeah||
I mean, unless something's changed since then, that's what he told Mark.
|1 year 46 weeks ago||Jones||
The coaches thought enough of him to invite him to the BBQ this summer, which he attended.
|1 year 48 weeks ago||Should||
Should probably just plaster this at the top of every thread or prevent posters from starting threads until they click that link.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||here||
Today Josh Outlaw joined them
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Sort of||
Sort of along the same lines, but Florida just lost its third 2013 4* within a week and second OL. One thing to get some decommitments, but three within a week?
|1 year 49 weeks ago||To be||
To be clear, I said they're hinting that. I've seen at least three Rivals analysts in the last week make some kind of inference on Treadwell moving up the rankings.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||There||
There are a ton of possibilities at LB and the coaches will be careful in who they end up offering. Some names who don't have offers as of now:
Brandon Lee (IN)
Deon Drake/Will White (MI)
Gyasi Akem (OK)
Derik Calhoun (CA)
Dwight Williams (CA)
Verondtae Wilkinson (OH; Trotwood-Madison)
Carl Fuller (Detroit King)
Justice Rawlins (PA)
Just some names to keep an eye on.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Booker||
Booker is a heavy Ohio State lean; Garrett might come down to MSU/Ohio State actually. I think he favors MSU the most right now. None of these guys have gotten big national offers (Garrett recently offered by Oklahoma) yet though; there's such a long ways to go.
That's why the Ferns commitment was huge for Michigan. Biggest commitment they've gotten since Morris IMO. Getting him locked up early is huge.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Dareian||
Dareian is probably the nicest recruit I've ever interviewed. I may have mentioned it on this board before, but he was already a kid worth rooting for and this story only makes it even easier.
Also in response to Blazefire, he'll be playing at a better school than Toledo. Top 100 player in the country according to 247Sports and has an Illinois offer to go along with a lot of interest from Wisconsin among others.
|1 year 49 weeks ago||Tieth||
Teith Strobzman. I like.
|1 year 52 weeks ago||His||
His father also denied the announcement per Barton Simmons at 247 Sports as well.
|2 years 6 hours ago||I've been||
I've been told by multiple commitments that there's a better chance of him committing today than not committing. FWIW
|2 years 1 day ago||This||
This is accurate, although Michigan was really pushing hard after Green before Isaac committed. Same goes for Jordan Wilkins.
|2 years 1 day ago||To||
To be honest, this is the one assessment I'd agree with, and Derrick is actually a good example of one of those types.
The closing paragraph of what I wrote sums up what I think. The rest is solid facts on what's happened leading up to this weekend.
|2 years 2 days ago||You're||
You're right. Fox was so angry with me that I'm talking with him tonight to get a pre-BBQ update and talk about his off-season development.
|2 years 2 days ago||Funny||
Funny because I've never interviewed Laquon Treadwell. I've talked to him on short occasions a couple of times, but never have posted an interview or update with him at all. I'd love to see a link to whatever you've talked about.
Please, keep criticizing the way we do things to justify your spending money on (likely multiple) paysites. If you can find more incidences where recruits have said themselves that we misquoted them, I'd love to read them.
The one quote I screwed up on was Armani Reeves last year, where I took the exact wording of his text to me out of context. I talked with him immediately after, the quote was changed, and there were no hard feelings.
I posted exactly what McQuay texted me this morning. Verbatim. If it's not what it was meant to be, then he is the one who misspoke, not myself.
|2 years 3 days ago||If||
If Michigan wasn't recruiting Green, he would have known by now. The coaches do a good job of informing kids of their intentions. Especially with the BBQ approaching.
|2 years 4 days ago||I just||
I just don't really get how Clemson is recruiting so well. Their undergrad academics are sub-par, tradition is pretty meh. Yeah, their class isn't that great as of now, but they're now in the final group for Derrick Green, Treadwell, Marquez North, Montravius Adams, Kendall Fuller and Vernon Hargreaves among others. Hargreaves is another one who has said next to nothing about Clemson during his recruitment, then names them in his final group, shutting out South Florida where his dad is one of the freaking coaches.
Also, regarding Pagano: I talked to Scott a lot throughout this process and he never mentioned Clemson once the entire time. Even after things seemed to fall through with Michigan it was almost 100% a Florida/LSU battle with Florida looking like the team to beat. Even then Clemson was never brought up. I was surprised they were even in his final group to be honest.
Maybe Dabo is just that good of a recruiter, but between the pandering to Nkemdiche and the fact that they continually come out of nowhere with a lot of big names just strikes me as funny.
|2 years 1 week ago||Again||
You're making more than a few assumptions, aren't you? We've been rejected plenty of times for interviews. If a kid says no, that's the end of it. Have you seen any Kendall Fuller interviews on our site? How many Laquon Treadwell updates have you seen?
There's nothing malicious about taking a service people normally pay for and providing it for free if you're doing it the right way. There's a reason why coaches like the ones at Woodbridge in VA (2014 DE Da'Shawn Hand, #1 player in the class and someone who has probably had hundreds of requests for interviews) have invited Keith and myself to their school for a practice this summer. Or why the uncle of WR Derek Kief, who visited yesterday, made a point to send both Mark (mgobluegr) and myself a special thanks for doing the write-ups we've done on him the last couple days. We get a good amount of praise from coaches and parents alike and have never gotten negative feedback from either group.
It's not a perfect model, but there isn't one out there. I stand behind how we've done things though and it won't change.
EDIT: Much like the other post I responded to, I understand your sentiments, but I think our site has worked hard enough and shown through our work that we don't deserved to be lumped in with the "hundreds of other sites" that you're referring to.
|2 years 1 week ago||You||
You clearly have no clue how much more difficult it is to maintain contacts for a non-national site.
These kind of comments are annoying to be honest. Say what you would about others, but we've had to take a conciously different approach to how we obtain and maintain our contacts because of how difficult it is to maintain that relationship. If you're not one of the nationally known pay-sites, you have to work twice as hard to get (and continue to get) the information because more often than not, the kids aren't going to come to you. We're at their mercy in every way. It sucks, but it's something that was learned quickly.
Wishing a kid good luck is in no way, shape or form trying to be friends with them; it's keeping us in their heads so they are more likely to come to us with information so that you, somebody who is clearly interested in recruiting, will get the information you desire without having to pay $120/yr to get it.
I understand the angle you're taking, but it's just incorrect...at least from our standpoint.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||I||
I understand your sentiment, and agree with you, but you know as well as I do nobody looks at these statistics when determining who an all-star is. Should they? Absolutely, but they don't. I gave up complaining about All-Star snubs a long time ago, it just ends up being a waste of your time, especially with fan voting.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||Oops||
Oops, I was on my other account.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||Ace||
Ace has also been saying the same thing for a longer time, I believe.
|2 years 5 weeks ago||Wheatley||
Wheatley is an excellent recruiter. He'd be a great addition to the staff down the road.
|2 years 5 weeks ago||After||
After taking no QBs in 2012 and only taking Morris in 2013, I wouldn't exactly call QB a "low pressure position" for 2014, just because depth is bound to become an issue, not to mention Morris (or any QB) is only one injury away. I wouldn't be surprised if they took two in 14.
|2 years 5 weeks ago||Yeah||
Yeah, that's him.
|2 years 5 weeks ago||Holmes||
It's early, but I'd be surprised if Holmes doesn't end up part of the 2014 class. Grew up a Michigan fan, said it would be a dream come true to get an offer from them, and even discussed the possibility of a commitment upon a potential offer with his dad before he made it to camp. Now that he has the offer, Michigan is in the driver's seat.
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Deon||
2014 LB Deon Drake will probably be the next Cass Tech kid to get an offer from Alabama.
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Jamarco||
Jamarco is another member of the Core6 program that has helped develop players like Ty Isaac, Ethan Pocic, Laquon Treadwell and 2014 LB target Nyles Morgan (among others). It's becoming a pipeline target of sorts.
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Carrington||
Carrington is a 2013 prospect
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Conor Sheehy||
Conor Sheehy, 2014 DE out of Wisconsin will be there
Demetrius Knox, 2014 TX OL with offer
Daniel Gresham, 2014 RB, teammate of Knox, no offer
Malcolm Darensbourg, 2014 LA LB/S, possibility but unlikely
|2 years 6 weeks ago||And||
And they think they have Raekwon McMillan and Michael Ferns and Dante Booker as well. Annoying.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||He||
He said sometime in the next couple weekends. Kind of an ambiguous timeframe, but it should be relatively soon.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Harris||
Michigan can get Paul Harris. His family seems to favor Michigan. His mom will be the only one with him on his visit though and he said he wants to talk things over with his dad before making any decisions, but Michigan could take the lead after he visits.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Tahaan Goodman||
Tahaan Goodman is another defensive back that USC is almost certainly in the lead for.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||This||
This is somewhat out of left field, but is great news for Michigan. It wouldn't be a stretch to say they lead over those two schools right now.
EDIT: Worth noting that he does have a good friend who plays for Vandy, which might be a reason why they are such a big player in his recruitment.
|2 years 8 weeks ago||Javon||
Javon Harrison is being offered as a WR per Javon.
|2 years 8 weeks ago||Another||
Another solid weekend for the coaching staff. Building perhaps the best class in Michigan history.
|2 years 8 weeks ago||Jake Butt||
Jake Butt has told me multiple times that he plans on enrolling early.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||I||
I just got off the phone with Eric. He says Michigan hasn't offered and that he hasn't heard from them in about two months. What's weird is that this article (in which he's interviewed) from earlier in the week claims he has an offer from Michigan.
Overall: Nothing to see here.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||Michigan||
Michigan recently offered RB Eric Moate out of Tampa, FL. Given it was recent, I'm assuming he's on their board as well.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||Coach||
Coach Hoke has a real admiration for the SEALS program and has been around the program since his days at SDSU. He's actually friends with Marcus Luttrell, the guy who wrote the pretty famous "Lone Survivor" book. It's not surprising that the team was fortunate enough to cross paths with them. Had to have been an incredible experience for them.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||He's the||
He's the second Michigan player/commit to do this. Can't forget Devin Gardner:
|2 years 9 weeks ago||I||
I wouldn't worry about David.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||I've||
I think he'll end up at USC like pretty much everyone else does, but I've said it before and I'll say it again: I think Michigan is the one school that could give him second thoughts. They have been the only non-USC/UCLA constant during his entire recruitment. Coach Hoke has recruited him before he even came to Michigan. I remember Greg Biggins at Scout mentioning something along these same lines before as well.
Not trying to get anybody's hopes up. Just saying that I agree that he can't be 100% sure if he's taking a cross-country trip for an unofficial visit and that Michigan has potential.
|2 years 10 weeks ago||He||
He was offered by Auburn yesterday. That was an offer he mentioned wanting to me when we talked a few weeks ago. I don't know how great Michigan's chances are with him, especially after that offer.
EDIT: Didn't realize the guy with the pizza avatar already pointed that out. My fault. That pizza looks yummy btw.
|2 years 10 weeks ago||Maybe||
Maybe I should put it behind a paywall instead.
|2 years 10 weeks ago||I||
If it makes you all feel better, Hurst told me himself that "it's definitely a possibility". I don't know if he's exactly hiding it per se.
|2 years 11 weeks ago||Can't||
Can't really disagree with that to be honest. I think it's only a matter of time, although I haven't talked to Malik in a little bit.
|2 years 11 weeks ago||His||
His recruitment was about to blow up after his performance in Columbus. The coaches got in early and it looks like it is going to pay off.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Added||
Added irony after Mosley's likely final performance last night?
|2 years 12 weeks ago||When||
When I talked with him yesterday, I was surprised that he said he wanted to take his time. I have to take him at his word though.
I've been in contact with Eldridge almost longer than any other recruit, and he always talked about Michigan, LSU and USC being the three schools he really wanted offers from, with USC being sort of a "dream school" that the OP referred to. Not surprised that it turned out this way.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Michigan||
It's very early, as Brian pointed out in the UV yesterday, but Michigan should be in it for three of these kids for sure (Peppers, Prince and McDowell). All three have expressed a relatively high interest at this point.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||Last||
Last Tuesday, I talked with Jabrill (who coincidentally found out about his offer five minutes after we got off the phone) and he said he grew up rooting for Michigan and that his favorite players were Mike Hart and Mario Manningham. He called an offer from Michigan "a dream come true". They'll be in it for him for sure.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||The||
The belief is that LSU doesn't plan on extending an offer. If they were to, then yes, they would be a factor too. I have to believe USC is the heavy favorite though and would have been regardless of LSU. I don't think Eldridge necessarily anticipated getting offers from USC and Alabama.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||To||
To be honest, this is kind of the impression I had gotten myself. Not saying the coaches have been dragging their feet with him necessarily, but I get the vibe that he's not necessarily their most targeted receiver not named Treadwell.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||This||
This is what he says. Actually getting the offer and thinking it over could change things, although he was pretty adamant that he was in no hurry to make a commitment and that he still wants to visit Michigan.
|2 years 12 weeks ago||USC||
USC is coming in to look at him today. Based on the numerous conversations I've had with Eldridge, if they offered, I wouldn't be surprised at all if he committed on the spot. This is something Brian Perroni at Rivals tweeted last night as well.
Michigan was his favorite for a while, but he's been getting attention from other bigtime programs lately. He had mentioned USC to me back in February or so, but his coaches had only heard from them once or twice. Now that it's heating up, things are changing and the odds of Eldridge coming to Michigan are shrinking.
|2 years 14 weeks ago||Su'a||
Su'a is not one for attention. I'd be surprised if he didn't go to USC, but he should be taken for his word when he says he's serious about taking those visits and not knowing where he'll go yet. It's an uphill battle for Michigan, but it has been since the beginning. They're not out of it yet.
|2 years 16 weeks ago||Bryan||
Bryan Fischer does a really good job with these articles. I'd suggest following him on Twitter or keeping an eye out for articles of his following camps.
|2 years 16 weeks ago||Jackson/Leadoff spot||
There are no "two" Jacksons. His first year was pushed by one of the highest BABIPs in baseball history. There's no way that a player who strikes out as much as him should be a leadoff hitter, especially when his speed has never been utilized properly by Leyland. Not to mention if you watched him last year, he was in an 0-2 count more than any player I could possibly think of. He never puts himself in a good position to get on base.
I've always been an advocate of putting Avila in the leadoff spot. There's power galore in this lineup now with a healthy Boesch, Fielder, Cab and Young (Peralta and Raburn even) so you don't need him in the six or seven spot. Avila has a legit eye at the plate too. You can pretty much mark him down for a .375+ OBP and he doesn't strike out nearly as much as Jackson. Put Jackson at the bottom of the lineup until he learns how to either draw a walk or make more contact.
|2 years 16 weeks ago||On his recruitment||
Much like Cravens, Mathis seems very interested in Michigan. He referred to Michigan as "the capital of football" when I talked with him. He's also been quoted a couple times as saying he didn't want to go to a school because of the name or prestige; he wants to be wanted. Michigan has been recruiting him very hard and there's definitely mutual interest there. The fact that he cancelled this trip is not indicative at all of a lack of interest.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||Villareal||
I thought he had a good spring. Surprised he got the boot to Toledo.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||Jake||
Jake is strongly thinking about enrolling early. Wouldn't be surprised to see it happen.
|2 years 17 weeks ago||RE: The LSU stuff||
Apparently, the Scout guy from LSU talked to Eldridge as his visit is upcoming and wrote that Eldridge claimed LSU was his #1 school. I tried getting in contact with the LSU guy to exchange quotes because Eldridge was adamant that LSU was not his #1. I have been in contact with him since December....he's waited for the Michigan offer and now that he has it, really seems to put them on top. Thought it was odd that he'd call a school that hasn't even offered him the favorite, but I'd be interested to know what he told the guy.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||I'd||
I'd personally be surprised if he committed this weekend. When I talked to him on Wednesday, he didn't sound like someone who was ready to end the process yet. That being said, a full weekend in Ann Arbor is a huge deal. You know Shane and co. will be putting on the full court press and these kids change their timetables at the drop of a dime all of the time.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||He||
He was taking a test when his high school coaches were informed. She saw it on Twitter sometime shortly afterwards and informed him.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||I||
I can't guarantee this the case obviously, just saying that a few of my followers informed me of this.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||I||
I think he's pretty solid. You have to love his size and he's definitely athletic to boot.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||I||
I don't know. I don't have an ESPN account and none of those who told me gave me a name. Based on what I've seen, Gedeon and Gareus Conley seem to be the hottest names right now.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Not||
Not to throw dirt, but I've had three followers on Twitter come to me and say that this account posted this update less than ten minutes after Tom posted on ESPN about somebody who could be a possible commit soon.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||I||
I talked with Alex who was told by the coaches that we're full at the LB position. Michigan is no longer a consideration for Alex barring incredibly crazy circumstances.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Su'a||
Su'a has planned on committing in December for a while now.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Per||
Per Eddie himself, the coaches haven't given him a specific position that they are recruiting him at. He's capable of playing in the middle or out on the end.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Also||
Mike did not specify to me what school he is choosing, just so we're clear on that.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||It||
It means that reports to the contrary (or reports that imply the contrary) are false. I never said he wasn't committing soon or wasn't committing at all. Ben hasn't said anything to me about his timetable right now regarding a decision.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Scott||
Scott is visiting on March 16/17
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Just||
Just talked with Ben, who said he has not committed to Michigan.