March 28th, 2016 at 3:01 PM ^

Is that tho UM fans would like to be excited about a new recruit joining the team, it's hard because crazy Jim might dump him a week before NSD without any warning. So good luck AJ, hope you make it, would be great to see you lose to OSU and MSU every one of the next four years before you transfer


March 28th, 2016 at 9:33 PM ^

Neither. If things go as expected Harbaugh will tell him to piss off 3-4 days before national signing day, thus sparring him the grief that is being a Michigan football player. Only question is will the kids dad still have a job with UM athletics. I'm guessing yes, cause there seems to be unlimited jobs in Harbaughs program, at least 2-3 for every recruit.


March 28th, 2016 at 9:42 PM ^

But not rock bottom, rock bottom would be having to come to this site as a fan, knowing that this was my team, that would fukin suck for sure. To know deep down in your heart that it's 100% true when every OSU and MSU fan says you suck ass and don't belong, or laugh because UM was beatin by Toledo, and App State, or got raped by Urban and the Buckeyes by 4 touchdowns at home on Harbaughs big night last November,. That my friend is Rock ass bottom. No Doubt.


March 28th, 2016 at 9:56 AM ^

Wasn't his announcement supposed to be at 10?  Looks like ESPN (and possibly the coach) just scooped the kid.  Real nice.

Trader Jack

March 28th, 2016 at 9:55 AM ^

Cool. Am I the only one who feels like we have a lot of the same type of back, though? Ty Isaac, Kingston Davis, Kurt Taylor, now AJ Dillon. A lot of big, bruising, physical runners. Not a lot of speed, though. Even Kareem Walker has been described as more quick than fast, no?


March 28th, 2016 at 10:11 AM ^

His balance is elite.  Seems very athletic for his size but not as fast as his 4.6 40 would suggest.  Hope he can learn to bounce fewer runs outside because at his size that won't work at the college level.  If he can learn to run hard at the hole on inside run plays he will make it to the second level a lot and not go down from arm tackles.