2013 Rivals 100 Out

Submitted by Steve Lorenz on February 8th, 2012 at 11:24 AM

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Players with Michigan offers: 

#3 - Laremy Tunsil (5)

#4 - Kendall Fuller (5)

#5 - Su'a Cravens (5)

#10 - Vernon Hargreaves III (5)

#15 - EJ Levenberry (4)

#16 - Shane Morris (4)

#17 - Michael Hutchings (4)

#18 - Ty Isaac (4)

#22 - Adam Breneman (4)

#24 - Marquez North (4)

#26 - Robert Foster (4)

#27 - Ethan Pocic (4)

#28 - Eli Woodard (4)

#31 - Laquon Treadwell (4)

#32 - Leon McQuay (4)

#34 - Jaylon Smith (4)

#37 - Dorian O'Daniel (4)

#43 - Henry Poggi (4)

#44 - Mike McCray (4)

#46 - Chris Fox (4)

#48 - Justin Davis (4)

#54 - Patrick Kugler (4)

#60 - Kyle Bosch (4)

#61 - Jake Oliver (4)

#62 - Peter Kalambayi (4)

#64 - Derrick Green (4)

#77 - Dymonte Thomas (4)

#78 - Greg Webb (4)

#83 - Evan Lisle (4)

#96 - Jake Butt (4)

#100 - Jonathan Allen (4) 


I might have missed a couple. I didn't include offers who have committed to other schools. 

 

 

Comments

rbgoblue

February 8th, 2012 at 11:29 AM ^

Commits:

Shane Morris #16

Dymonte Thomas #77

 

Targets:

Kendall Fuller #4

EJ Levenberry Jr #15

Ty Isaac #18

Adam Breneman #22

Ethan Pococ #27

Laquon Treadwell #31

Jaylon Smith #34

Henry Poggi #43

Chris Fox #46

Kyle Bosch #60

Hardware Sushi

February 8th, 2012 at 1:29 PM ^

Thanks. I wasn't contradicting, just curious about different reports.

Also, looks like you've reached the level where you get your own TomVH following of loyalists that hate on anyone that asks a question disagreeing with your earlier comments.

Soooo congrats or be scared, I'm not sure which one.

BrownJuggernaut

February 8th, 2012 at 11:58 AM ^

Can't say I'm ever going to be 100% confident about guys in the top ten unless they're from the area and grew up a Michigan fan. That's a really good sign and if we can get him on campus...I just feel like those guys are always the highest recruited and they're pulled in so many different directions. It's often times a crapshoot where they end up.

RollDamnTide

February 8th, 2012 at 2:25 PM ^

I know he has a lot of interest in the tide, and I know he has big pro aspirations. He's a smart kid though, and he knows that football is no guarantee. He hasn't decided on a major yet, so that'll play a part in all of this. I think he wants to stay home, that's my gut feeling. He LOVES the state of Georgia, and most Georgia fans are pretty confident he'll be a Dawg.

Mr. Yost

February 8th, 2012 at 1:34 PM ^

If you click on Kendall Fuller, he gets compared to the greatest DB in NCAA history, Charles Woodson. Except it says Woodson went to Green Bay Packers as his college.

I hope this causes outrage like when a player doesn't say "Michigan" on Monday Night Football.

RollDamnTide

February 8th, 2012 at 11:57 AM ^

I don't have a 2nd favorite team, and I frown on people who say they do. I respect the hell out of Michigan, their tradition, and their fans. As for this board, I like it, a lot of educated fans who like to talk about recruiting. What more can I ask for? 

RollDamnTide

February 8th, 2012 at 12:05 PM ^

Someone asked that a couple of days ago. I can't stand over signing, and it puts my Uniersity in a bad light. That's the SEC however, it has become so cut throat that the actions of the coaches are becoming more and more business like. It's not even a college atmosphere anymore, they look at it from a professional aspect. That saddens me, and I really don't see it ending anytime soon.

joeyb

February 8th, 2012 at 12:08 PM ^

I'm glad to hear that. My dad works in the panhandle of Florida so he has a lot of co-workers that went to Bama. He said none of them understand why over-signing is bad. I just hate to think that an entire fanbase could be so into winning at all costs.

ChuckieWoodson

February 8th, 2012 at 12:15 PM ^

I believe this picture may have been posted on here awhile back - but it was an interesting topic of discussion.  I believe this certainly lends to the conversation of oversigning and how many of the schools highest officials especially in the SEC where it accounts for a large portion of revenue - "don't seem to care".  Interesting when put into the context of a business - if you're Alabama (at least according to this picture - can't say I've done the calculation and am just assuming the graphic is correct) 11% of the schools' revenue is from football.  Doesn't make the cut throat actions OK, but this seems to show another probable cause as to why they occur.

Here's the direct link if it's too small.  My apologizes if this was posted on mgoblog and i'm not linking to a post here.

http://si.wsj.net/public/resources/images/WK-BA481A_SP_MA_G_20120105231402.jpg

 

denardogasm

February 8th, 2012 at 12:22 PM ^

I'm actually very surprised that Michigan is below some of those schools. MSU? UConn? Arkansas State?  We must be really raking it in through research endeavors and whatever else if the huge amount we make off of football is only 1% of revenue.

Pdeaner

February 8th, 2012 at 12:26 PM ^

I have seen Auburn talk about how they run their program like a professional team.  Landon Collins mom said Saban's pitch was come to Alabama and we'll get you to the NFL.  Don't know whether he believes that is the difference that makes Alabama better or thought that is what the recruit wanted to hear. 

FrankMurphy

February 8th, 2012 at 2:06 PM ^

I've heard that a growing number of SEC fans are concerned at the level of cutthroat competition within the league and its negative effect on recruiting, compliance, coaching salaries, etc. 

When I think of SEC football and the direction it's headed, I'm reminded of the Johnny B. Goode scene in Back to the Future where at first the kids at the dance are really into McFly's performance, then they stop and stare in astonishment as he carries it overboard.    

sheepdog

February 8th, 2012 at 1:01 PM ^

I have a second favorite team - it is ALABAMA, because I graduated from there.  However, I am a life long Michigan fan - so I cheer for both.

BTW,  some good friends of mine paid an artist to draw an enormous mural of the Bear in their house, it looks almost exactly like your avatar.

Blueshoo

February 8th, 2012 at 1:43 PM ^

RollDamnTide...my Dad is from Birmingham, Alabama.  Loved the Tide.  Met my Mom up in Michigan and relocated.  Though I bleed blue and graduated from U of M, I've always had a little soft spot for Alabama, just because I respect their passion (Updyke aside...).  And while we love to stereotype the "typical" 'Bama fan (like most would know), I've always found that for every nutjob there's 2 or 3 pretty well informed guys that just love college football and will talk about it for hours.  That's my kind of deal. 

You found a good board - this is by far one of the brightest, wittiest, sharpest college board out there.  Keep visiting and posting - adds a little something.  Hope it's a good game in Dallas!

JimLahey

February 8th, 2012 at 11:28 AM ^

Sweet, looks like Shane Morris is an elite blue chipper all across the board. At #16, with a good senior season he'll likely get a 5th star. It's always nice to have at least 1 or 2 elite players in the class (Pipkins, Kalis) and its even nicer to have one like Shane this early in the process.

 

rbgoblue

February 8th, 2012 at 11:41 AM ^

He didn't put up great numbers in his HS season this year, but I think he had a pretty poor OLine and they ran the ball about 2:1.  I believe his coach said they were planning on airing it out a little more during for senior year, and that less than 4000 passing yds would be a disappointment.  Shane really made his name in the 7 on 7s, and at the Elite 11 camp last summer, where he went throw for throw with Gunner Kiel.