here's one vote for "John Beilein's head in a Futurama jar"
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|2 years 3 weeks ago||Lux Aeterna?||
I second this.
Here's a longer version:
|2 years 4 weeks ago||Dabo offerred Nkemdiche's teammate||
Dabo Swinney offerred Nkemdiche's HS teammate, a 3* CB (David Kamara).
|2 years 4 weeks ago||I agree.||
Utah's poised to be one of the better teams in the PAC12 this year and they had a good year last season (they even hung in there against USC). They certainly have laid the foundation to be a dominant PAC12 team.
I may be in the minority, but I'm excited to see us play Utah.
|2 years 4 weeks ago||Reddit seems to have the most info right now--|
|2 years 6 weeks ago||Send Darren Carrington's Highlights to Shane!||
Quick, someone send Darren Carrington's highlights to Shane! We could use another playmaker!
|2 years 7 weeks ago||I'm not seeing what you're seeing.||
Why defensive? Because this is a smart, talented, and high-character football player-- what we expect of players in our program.
I'm not sure what "post route" you're even talking about.
Ball was underthrown @ 1:16, had to slow down, and completely look it in, which gave the defender time to catch up, and tackle.
He was the blocker @ 1:50...
He was the corner @ 2:22...
It seems like you're over-relying on recruiting services for rankings, and really reaching to justify their reasoning (your Treadwell and California comments gave that away). Look, the services simply missed this guy on the first go-round. It happens. Don't fret, this Carrington is going to be a 4-star on 247's next update according to Barton (just like Treadwell).
|2 years 7 weeks ago||"...he does not look to be a||
"bad news...he does not look to be a shitfy playmaker from that film."
Did you blink during the kick-off return with something like 8 broken tackles?
What about all the open-field yardage he picked up on scrambles and receptions?
The only legit knock on him is that he's raw. He has all the tools to be a very, very special player here.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Carrington is a beast||
Darren Carrington Jr. is an electrifying 6-3 receiver recruit out of San Diego. His father is former NFL safety Darren Carrington Sr., After football Darren Carrington Sr. became a minister, he preaches at Paradise Valley Seventh-Day Adventist Church in San Diego, and helps out many local charitable organizations.
Until his recent MVP showing at NTFC-Oakland, he was a relatively under-the-radar recruit. He has natural athletic and playmaking ability, which will carry over to the next level. He has soft hands, he's elusive, strong enough to break tackles, and (if he commits to Michigan) might be the next to wear the #1 jersey. Plainly put, Darrell Jr. has the kind of playmaker ability that the Wolverines need in order to win a national championship.
The linked article above states that he's interested in visiting Michigan for the high school camp, or visiting (on his own dime) someother time this summer. Let's hope he follows through.
We're likely going to be the first elite program to offer Carrington in the next few days. It's early, but there's plenty of reason for cautious optimism if he visits.
After all, who doesn't love Ann Arbor?
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Extended Highlights|
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Highlights|
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Could a kind soul turn the above post into a new thread?||
Sorry, I still don't have enough points to create a new thread, and David Carrington Awareness needs to be spread.
|2 years 7 weeks ago||Our Most Exciting Recruit (who you've probably never heard of)||
Speaking of recruiting--
Darren Carrington, an electrifying 6-3 wide receiver out of San Diego, is the most exciting Michigan recruit that you've probably never heard of. Carrington recently emerged on the radar after taking home MVP honors at NFTC-Oakland camp.
Check out his highlights
|2 years 8 weeks ago||Quantifying intelligence...||
Come on, we're smarter than that.
|2 years 9 weeks ago||With all due respect...||
I think a lot of fans are taking what "7 Nation Army" (a.k.a. 7NA) does for the Michigan Stadium atmosphere for granted. None of these above songs have a simple enough rhythm or melody for 115,000+ to chant along to like 7NA.
(By the way, complaining that "Penn State does 7NA" and "we need our own song" is likely only going to lead to more forced efforts like "In the Big House".)
|2 years 9 weeks ago||RE: 40 time||
First of all, nice write up. One little thing, Csont'e reports a 4.52 40-time on ScoutingMichigan.com. I know it's off the beaten path, but it's self-reported. Hope this helps.
|2 years 13 weeks ago||Because the town's already full enough on football saturdays.||
Ann Arbor is already fairly crowded on football saturdays. We don't need to promote that.
|2 years 14 weeks ago||I vehemently disagree with your first point.||
"First off, I doubt how far Michigan went in the tourney will play any role in Trey's stock."
Disagree-- the tournament was his best chance for wide-spread exposure thusfar in his career.
At the very least, the further we went in the tournament would directly related to the number of people that watched a Michigan basketball game last seaon (including media and NBA executives).
Hopefully, Trey realizes the opportunity he has next season, and unless he's planning on slacking in the off-season, his situation is nothing like Jared Sullinger's
|2 years 14 weeks ago||Let's hope things change, and Mathis visits...||
|2 years 16 weeks ago||Fair enough.||
Fair enough. My mistake.
|2 years 16 weeks ago||Re: Take Lee's highlights 3 years ago over Spike's||
Yes, I would-- that's not a knock on Spike, either. Lee was ranked a 4* top 150 player then.
Dude grew up in a single-parent household, and the sexual assault charges were dropped the day after they were filed. Methinks some people are stigmatizing and generalizing, and I resent that.
If someone actually knows Ray Lee, could we get an opinion on him? Would he be a lost cause character-wise, or does he just need strong role models like Beilein and Burke?
|2 years 16 weeks ago||Ray Lee-- do want.|
|2 years 17 weeks ago||NCAA 12 is a great learning tool...||
|2 years 18 weeks ago||Probably not a violation--||
It's not a violation if Roundtree knew him prior to McCray starting classes for 9th grade. Since they both played football in the same town, it's likely that they were acquainted.
This is just further proof that chatsports is a complete joke.
|2 years 19 weeks ago||Orndoff's lead recruiter left Wisconsin||
Agreed, Rivals should have him ranked. Other than Breneman, Orndoff is arguably the best TE left on our board.
As for the decommitment, there's nothing snake-oily about this one whatsoever.
Joe Rudolph, the assistant that recruited Scott Orndoff at Wisconsin, left the UW program. His departure is Orndoff's motivation for decommitting from Wisconsin.
|2 years 19 weeks ago||Orndoff Decommitting||
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Last October: "grew up a Spartan fan"||
Quote from last October:
"Patrick Kugler, a junior 2013 recruit from Wexford, Pa., is a 6-foot-4, 270-pound offensive tackle who is a Clarkston, Mich., native and he grew up a Spartan fan. He came in last week and enjoyed the game. He even reportedly told Rivals.com that he thought Michigan has become the 'little brother'."
|2 years 20 weeks ago||Neal's high school coach||
Rich Rod recently gave a job to Neal's high school head coach, which is interesting.
|2 years 20 weeks ago||You: doing it wrong||
|2 years 21 weeks ago||Tre' Bell||
I don't see what you're seeing. Tre' may only weigh 170, but his highlights show that he isn't afraid of contact, is critical to his team's run support, and exhibits good instincts. He also plays WR, so he probably has good hands.
Based on flimsy evidence, I think he could make an impact for us as a true freshman.
|2 years 21 weeks ago||old school||
"Who We Be" DMX
"Y'all Don't Wanna" Capone N Noriega
"Shook Ones Pt.2" Mobb Deep