21 Targets for 2015

Submitted by Brandon Brown on April 16th, 2014 at 9:37 AM

At the request of several readers, the list below is of prospects that could actually become a part of the 2015 class. Obviously anyone with an offer could potentially wind up on this list if a visit were to be set up, or the coaches decided to put some serious pressure on. But that list gets unwieldy; who wants to watch 100 guys of whom three will probably end up in Michigan's class.

The prospects below are those who've already demonstrated legitimate interest, be it by setting up visits, releasing top lists, or clear statements expressing a high level of interest in Michigan. Each of them will score between a 3 and a 5 on “The Vibe." I expect no more than 4 or 5 of them will end up in the class, but 20% > 3%.

I asked most of them directly if they belonged on a list of recruits that were seriously considering Michigan. In some cases the responses were more forward than I expected and that tells me that Michigan is in serious contention with some of them.

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Athlete (DB/WR)

Brian Cole – Heritage – Saginaw, MIBrian Cole

The battle for the top athlete in Michigan seems to be between Michigan and Michigan State. Cole has visited Michigan several times and has recently been visited by the coaching staff. Even though he’s an in-state recruit, he’ll be able to go anywhere he wants, and there's time yet for national programs to make their plays.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Defensive End

Jashon Cornell – Cretin Derham Hall – St. Paul, MN

Cornell will make his decision at the end of the summer on August 28 during his season opener. Cornell keeps to himself but a lot of people think thatJashon Cornell 2 Notre Dame may have an edge as many former athletes from his high school have wound up in South Bend. Cornell plans to take a west coast tour this summer to check out UCLA, USC, and Stanford. Michigan is in good shape but it’s going to be a battle for such a talent.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Keisean Lucier-South – Lutheran-Orange County – Orange, CAKeisean Lucier-South

KLS has not been shy about how much he likes Michigan but reeling in Cali-kids is always tough to do. He had good things to say about Michigan though. “Michigan is actually doing really good in recruiting me. They send me letters every day and I think I belong on their list of possible commitments.” KLS doesn’t have any Ann Arbor visit plans lined up yet and the logistics of being in California will prove difficult.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Clelin Ferrell – Benedictine – Richmond, VAClelin Ferrell

It’s being reported that Ferrell will be in Ann Arbor this weekend, which bodes well for his recruitment. Before I learned of his visit plans, I’m not sure I’d have put him on this list. Ferrell told me he is really looking forward to checking out Ann Arbor for the first time, but he’s not close to a commitment at this time.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Darian Roseboro – Lincolnton – Lincolnton, NCDarian Roseboro

Roseboro really likes what he knows about Michigan so far but said he can’t exactly rank them right now since he hasn’t visited yet. He plans to set up some visit arrangements soon and said that he definitely belongs on the “seriously interested” list.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Dre’Mont Jones – St. Ignatius – Cleveland, OH

Conidered an Ohio State lock, Jones recently told me that he is really feeling Michigan and that the Buckeyes aren’t a shoe-in after all. He admitted that OhioDre'Mont Jones State was his leader but the Michigan coaches are doing very well with him and aren’t out of it yet. Jones visited Ohio State this past week and many thought he’d commit while there. He did not which makes his comments about Michigan seem more genuine.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Joshua Alabi – Cass Technical – Detroit, MIJoshua Alabi

Alabi is another Cass Tech recruit so he’s always going to be a possibility. He told me that he is a realistic possibility for the class and even though he doesn’t have any immediate plans to visit soon, he’s trying to set them up with his parents.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Linebacker

Darrin Kirkland Jr. – Lawrence Central – Indianapolis, INDarrin Kirkland Jr.

Kirkland Jr. will announce his decision on May 30 and recently told me that Michigan will definitely make his Top 8. He also told me that he’d like to visit Michigan again before he makes his decision.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Asmar Bilal – Ben Davis – Indianapolis, INAsmar Bilal

Michigan offered Bilal and Kirkland both on the heels of a Josh Barajas surprise commitment to Penn State. Bilal loved his Michigan visit and says he’d like to return soon. He may also take an official visit to Ann Arbor before his commitment. Even though he doesn’t have any sort of order in his offer list, he did say that Michigan is “in his tops.”

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Justin Hilliard – St. Xavier – Cincinnati, OH

Hilliard is being pulled in a lot of different directions by some of the top programs in the country. 

Justin Hilliard

He has visited Michigan multiple times but the competition for his signature may be as stiff as any recruit on this list. He’s been rumored to be a Notre Dame lean, an Ohio State lean, and possibly an Alabama lean. Those three schools recruit as well as anyone in the country, but Michigan is putting in work as well.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Osa Masina – Brighton – Salt Lake City, UT

The state of Utah has sent a recruit to Michigan a couple of times in the pastOsa Masina few classes and that bodes well for the Wolverines as Masina has a connection with them. Osa says that he likes Michigan “A LOT” and while he has been to Michigan before, he doesn’t have any plans to return right now. He says they are definitely in the mix for him.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Joshua McMillon – Whitehaven – Memphis, TN

I didn’t think Michigan had much of a chance with McMillon but after he spent an entire weekend in Ann Arbor recently that’s clearly not the case.Joshua McMillon McMillon said that Michigan is definitely a contender for him and that he really enjoyed his visit. He’s in SEC country but Michigan has done well with him.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Tyriq Thompson – Detroit Martin Luther King – Detroit, MI

A lot of people assume Michigan is the eventual spot for Thompson as he’s a legacy (father is mid-'90s safety Clarence) offer and an in-state kid with a still-growing offer list. Tyriq himself isn’t so quick to say that. “I can’t really say if Michigan has a good chance with me or not Tyriq Thompsonsince it’s going to be a while before I’m close to a decision. I’m just taking things slowly from here on out.” With the class projecting to contain about 12-15 members, Thompson may miss out on an opportunity to commit if he’s even considering that.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Offensive Tackle

Grant Newsome – The Lawrenceville School – Trenton, NJ

Michigan recently missed out on Jake Fruhmorgen and Sterling Jenkins has completelyGrant Newsome ruled them out as a possibility. That leaves Grant Newsome as the lone highly rated OT with serious Michigan interest. Newsome told me that he definitely belongs on Michigan’s list of highly interested prospects. “I’m only visiting the schools that I’m really interested in.” Newsome will visit Michigan this upcoming weekend, but he won’t make a decision until the summer.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Running Back

Damien Harris – Madison Southern – Berea, KY

I’m not sure much needs to be said here. Once a commit, now a highly covetedDamien Harris decommit. Harris is being vigorously pursued by Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes, he still remains a top priority for the Michigan coaches. He and his mother both really like Michigan still but it will be a battle between the good guys, Ohio State, and Kentucky.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Jacques Patrick – Timber Creek – Orlando, FL

Patrick is one of the more sought after running backs in the class and while he is aJacque Patrick Florida recruit, he has roots in Michigan, making his interest in the Wolverines not seem so out of place. Patrick told me that he plans to visit this summer and is thinking about taking one of his five official visits to Ann Arbor this fall. He just barely makes this list as I think he ultimately stays in the sunshine state.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Mike Weber – Cass Technical – Detroit, MI

Once thought of as a written-off prospect, the hiring of Doug Nussmeier (and Damien Harris's decommit) rekindled the flames between Michigan and Weber. The stout running back has Mike Webervisited Michigan multiple times and has posted several Michigan-centric images on Twitter and Instagram. Michigan State and Ohio State are also heavily involved so when he commits it’ll either be cause for celebration or worry.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Tight End

Chris Clark – Avon Old Farms – Avon, CTChris Clark

The recruitment of Chris Clark has been a roller coaster as he surprisingly committed to North Carolina about a month ago, and not so surprisingly decommitted just about a week ago. He plans to take several visits including Michigan this weekend. Clark has always spoken highly about the Wolverines and I think his visit to Ann Arbor this weekend could put Michigan squarely in the mix.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Hale Hentges – Helias – Jefferson City, MOHale Hentges 2

I asked Hentges straight up if Michigan was a school that actually had a chance with him and he said, “Yes I think so. I’m very interested in Michigan.” Hentges would like to commit before his senior season starts but says he doesn’t have a leader yet. He also says he’d like to visit Michigan again before he makes a decision.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Tyrone Wheatley Jr. – Canisius – Buffalo, NY

Everyone seems to think Wheatley Jr. is a Michigan lock anTyrone Wheatley Jr. 2d while he may wind up a Wolverine, TJ isn’t ready to call Michigan his leader. “Everyone still has a chance. My recruitment is very open.” Wheatley Jr. may be slow-playing his true intentions, or he may actually be interested in writing his own story that doesn’t involve following in his dad’s footsteps.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

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Wide Receiver

Juval Mollette – Randleman – Randleman, NC

Personally, I don’t think Michigan has a great chance with Mollette, but he did recentlyJuval Mollette include the Wolverines as part of his top 5. He hasn’t planned any sort of visit yet but Michigan is putting in the necessary effort to stay in his mind. “Yeah I think I should be on Michigan’s short list. I keep a good relationship with Coach Manning and them up there. They have a chance.” I’ve heard Clemson is an early favorite for Mollette and a recent visit to Death Valley proves his high level of interest.

THE VIBE

5 – Trending Blue
4 – Solidly in a top 2-3
3 – Contender in a top 3-7
2 – Among large (8-15) group under consideration
1 – Let’s see if he visits before we talk
0 – Passing interest or none

Comments

BradP

April 16th, 2014 at 9:47 AM ^

Harris has really opened things back up, and the Rivals guys are pretty confident in their report that Michigan is outside of his top 4.

Michigan will be in his final group as long as they have a productive ground game, but he probably should get a "Contender in a top 3-7" vibe.

Frustrating recruiting class to this point.

Maize and Luke

April 16th, 2014 at 9:51 AM ^

be any concern that NONE of these are deemed as "trending blue"?  It seems like we're #2 or #3 on everyone's list.  With every scouting report I read I never get the feeling any of these kids are "two feet in".  Just has me worried.

Mr Miggle

April 16th, 2014 at 12:20 PM ^

Solidly in top 2-3 does not necessarily mean Michigan is #2 or #3. It can also mean we're the recruit's favorite or that BB doesn't know who the favorite is. Brandon can correct me if necessary, but I think trending blue is reserved for players he expects to commit here soon.

Magnus

April 16th, 2014 at 1:27 PM ^

Last year at this time, I believe we had 5 commits for the 2014 class.

If guys were "two feet in," they would probably be committed by now.

Being in the top two or three is about all anyone can expect right now, because with the exception of a couple players here (such as Dre'Mont Jones), there's nobody as the clear #1. So we're in the same position as a couple other shools for most of these kids.

BradP

April 16th, 2014 at 2:22 PM ^

Ferns, Speight, Cole, Mone, Pallante, Harris, with Beatty, Ways, and Bunting joining prior to the end of April bringing that total to 9.  The remaining seven committed before the beginning of the season.

I would be surprised if Michigan gets a fifth non-kicker before the end of April, and would also be surprised if they had more than half of their 16 or more spots locked up before the season starts.

I Like Burgers

April 16th, 2014 at 1:28 PM ^

I think Michigan is going to have their work cut out for them with this class.  Whether its realistic or not, you know other coaches are telling them Hoke could be gone after another lackluster season at Michigan.  The rebuilding sales pitch doesn't work anymore, and now Hoke and co. can only sell results on the field.

So they either do well on the field and turn some of these maybes into commits, or they flounder again, and fill out the class with "leftoevers."  Or they get fired, and someone else finishes the class.

CarrIsMyHomeboy

April 16th, 2014 at 1:30 PM ^

I disagree. I think the most popular posts should almost never have jumps. Jumps should be reserved for the dense statistical analyses, GIFathons, and dear diaries.

The primary advantage of the above: If you are a frequent reader and the material you most care about is jumpless, the only link you have to click is the one to mgoblog.com

mgobaran

April 16th, 2014 at 10:08 AM ^

Or they have been pretty successful as of late, have a young eccentric coach, a pretty awesome home atmosphere, Howards rock, and a fun balanced offense. Some big names have passed through there recently from the RB, QB, and WR positions. 

Not every recruit cares about academics as much as others, so the success on the field stands out a little more to them.

Also, they probably have a pretty awesome bag man.

Don

April 16th, 2014 at 12:26 PM ^

The number of elite-level recruits who truly care about academics to the extent that what Michigan has to offer is the deciding factor is much, much smaller than most Michigan fans would like to believe.

In other words, the vast majority of elite recruits come to college to get into the NFL, and the academic difference between Michigan and, say, Clemson or FSU or LSU is of little real significance.

BlueRude

April 16th, 2014 at 10:10 AM ^

great write up bb, any indications from any recruits on  this seasons performance overall and their positions on the depth chart? keep up the good articles.

west2

April 16th, 2014 at 10:12 AM ^

on percentages M should expect to get 3 of the 8 solidly top 2-3, and 2-3 of the 13 contender 3-7. However since this is winner take all and being 2nd in recruiting nets you nothing, in actuality the contender group it's more likely that M will get 1-2 of those and possibly none. With 4-5 commits already (?) that leaves 5-8 spots left for 2015 that will be filled with 2-3 star players?

ericcarbs

April 16th, 2014 at 10:16 AM ^

Last year, we had 2 camp offers that led to commitments (Watson and Canteen).

The year before it was Stribling.

 

I would expect another commitment or two to come from a camp situation.

BlueCube

April 16th, 2014 at 11:56 AM ^

That's ridiculous. Almost everyone on the recruiting list is a highly rated 4 star with maybe an odd 3 star guy thrown in. Unless the coaches see something the recruiting services are missing, there won't be any 2 stars. We are a long way from that.

maize-blue

April 16th, 2014 at 10:26 AM ^

I like the vibe from Lucier-South, but the distance will be a big challange. Probably the sooner he can make a visit, the better.

Are there any other decent OL prospects if UM misses on Newsome as well?

Arlo Pear

April 16th, 2014 at 10:40 AM ^

I think Brady Hoke has ruined the perception of recruiting for some people. The fact that half the class is not complete gives the perception that recruiting is going bad. I expected a slower start due to last season and class size. I figured they would take their time on offers and because of that fewer guys that would jump on immediately would be offered early. This pace in the past was the natural order of recruiting.
Some may say well this staff can't close late. Well when have they had multiple guys to try and close on? Usually it's two or three guys. That's very hit or miss. I think it will work in their favor to have scholarships available when the season goes well. If it doesn't go well they won't have a shot at most top tier players anyway. So I think it's best to take their time.

I Like Burgers

April 16th, 2014 at 1:38 PM ^

People think Hoke and co can't close on top recruits late because other than Green, they really haven't been able to.  With so much riding on this season for this recruiting class, if they want to reel in more top flight recruits to finish the class, they are going to have to be able to close.

So I don't think its that the perception has changed, or that we're spoiled, its that people are realistically looking at what will likely happen based on the past few years.  It doesn't look like Michigan will have the majority of its class filled by the time the season starts, so that means they are going to have to close on kids late.  And by the time the results are in on the season (November), a lot of these kids will have either committed elsewhere, or Michigan will have too much ground to make up.

So its pretty likely that they'll be in scramble mode at the end of the year and have to fill out this class with 3-stars instead of the 4 and 5-stars everyone would prefer.

tlhwg

April 16th, 2014 at 10:42 AM ^

I don't think Harris will end up at FSU b/c FSU is in very good position (probably leading) for both Patrick and J Frasier.  

Question for the crowd: how important is Michigan's 2014 W/L record and James Franklin in your 2015 recruiting?

814 East U

April 16th, 2014 at 10:54 AM ^

I think James Franklin is going through what Hoke has gone through in the past: New Head coach taking over a power program that has been a little "down" lately (obviosuly the situations of Michigan and PSU have been a little different). Also, PA is a state that produces a lot more talent historically for high school football. 

Michigan will be fine. However, Michigan always has to compete with OSU and MSU and NEEDS to produce on the field (which MSU and OSU have done better lately).

WolvinLA2

April 16th, 2014 at 11:03 AM ^

Franklin has a much tougher road ahead of him than Hoke did. Outside of the QB position, Penn State will be very thin and untalented for the next couple years, making it much harder for him to have immediate success like Hoke did. Hoke initially had the "new coach" hype that helped in recruiting, and then he had the "11 wins and BCS bowl victory" the following year, keeping the hype going full speed ahead. Franklin will have it for the 2015 class, but if he starts getting beat up, it will be tough sledding for him beyond that.

Our game against PSU is incredibly important this year.

814 East U

April 16th, 2014 at 11:20 AM ^

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I don't know how beaten up they will be with that schedule. I can see 8-4/9-3/and even stretching to 10-2 potentially. Must be nice to have bye weeks before both Michigan and OSU.

ifis

April 16th, 2014 at 6:06 PM ^

1)  Penn State could fall hard this year.  Their depth is paper thin and they are an injury or two away from a very lackluster team that could lose to the entire second half of their schedule.  Remember, their depth chart quickly goes from Division 1 scholarship athlete to walk-on.  Regardless, they should lose to us, MSU, and Ohio.  2)  The Penn State game is a good metric of success for UM this season.  Its at home and Penn State is decent, but not great.  Unlike the calls to beat ND, Ohio, and MSU; I think a call to beat Penn State or bust is reasonable.  It would be a good game to invite recruits who we are competing with Penn State for.

boliver46

April 16th, 2014 at 11:01 AM ^

those are mutually exclusive topics, so I will treat them as such.  Sorry if I misunderstood your intent.

 

(1) How important is Michigan's 2014 W/L record for 2015 recruiting?  This is probably the biggest impact on the recruiting class we pull in.  Recruits will look to our record as a factor of (a) stability of the coaching staff, and (b) potential long-term success of the program.  Win on the field and you will win the recruiting battles.

(2) James Franklin - he's already had impact.  Recruits seem to be flocking to him right now based on the "success" experienced at Vanderbilt.  I think this helps him in the short-term but he will need to prove it on the field to sustain recruiting success.  But for 2015, this will have a big impact on Michigan recruiting.  Recruits we have offered have already dropped for PSU and others on this list are strongly considering PSU.  The specter of sanctions seems to be on the wane and PSU recruiting is on the rise.

alum96

April 16th, 2014 at 10:54 AM ^

Thanks Brandon - I was one of the readers requesting this.  With 200 or so offers a year by major programs this sort of thing helps to narrow it done even if we only get a few.

814 East U

April 16th, 2014 at 11:15 AM ^

I haven't followed recruiting too much due to the basketball season...and life but is there 0% chance for George Campbell? I know Florida, FSU, and Clemson have seemed to take the lead but would we be in the 3-7 contender category? I remember Mason Cole saying George still likes Michigan but I could be off base with that.