I don't think its a correct ranking, but I also don't find it unfair (does that make any sense? LOL). #1 Urban. #2 Dantonio #3 Franklin.
Per his twitter account.
3 star from Georgia but I doubt that lasts by the time he signs.
Offers from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma and Penn State.
The Opening invitee.
I'll take any guy from the South with those offers.
Just watched the tape on GJ III. HIs quickness and agility is incredible. Speed looks great. He's listed at 5'10 180 which is plenty big enough considering his ability. Not relevant to us but he has a gun for an arm as well. It sounds like we are getting his commitment tonight over FSU. What's the word on what's keeping his ranking so low? Thanks.
Especially with 2019 DTs Smith and Hinton in the fold, maybe Michigan has built up some recruiting momentum on the d-line to start thinking about uber-recruit Zach Harrison as at least possible, if still very unlikely. By way of background, here's the 247 profile (link) for the 4th-ranked 2019 prospect. His OV to Michigan was this weekend (June 21).
2019 OL commits, Zach Carpenter (6'5", 305), and Nolan Rumler (6'4", 300), tweeted out their intentions to Zach Charbonnet after his commitment to BLUE:
Congrats bro!! I’m super excited, thinking about paving the way and creating creases for you! Welcome Home Go Blue
Nice piece written by Sam Webb on how Ed Warinner can take failed D line players, and three star O linemen, and turn them into NFL starters. Everyone can agree our biggest weakness is our Oline and this article should give opptimism to even Bluey.
First post to mgoblog 3.0 from Mobile so I hope the link works, if not maybe someone can Embed it for me in the comments.
Go Blue And Enjoy some Optimism for a change.
On April 7, 2018, at the Arcadia Invitational (near Los Angeles), Zach Charbonnet ran a 50.11 400 meters, and placed second, earning Silver. (The winner ran a 49.97)
Arcadia Invitational LINK: http://www.arcadiainvitational.org/
Link to video of race: http://www.runnerspace.com/video.php?video_id=239766