All Updated Height/Weights ***ANOTHER UPDATE***

Submitted by icefins26 on July 26th, 2012 at 10:42 AM

NOTE:  These height/weight changes are still coming in...some aren't on the list...FYI.

Via:  Nick Baumgardner (AnnArbor.com) and Rivals (thanks to user Genzilla):

Freshmen:

OL Blake Bars, 6-5, 282

LB Joe Bolden, 6-2, 224

OL Ben Braden, 6-6, 299

WR Jehu Chesson, 6-3, 183

DB Jeremy Clark, 6-4, 191

WR Amara Darboh, 6-2, 218

TE Devin Funchess, 6-5, 225

DB Allen Gant, 6-2, 196

DT Matt Godin, 6-6, 270

DT Willie Henry, 6-2, 302

FB Sione Houma, 6-0, 221

LB Royce Jenkins-Stone, 6-2, 206

RB Drake Johnson, 6-0, 203

OL Kyle Kalis, 6-5, 292

OL Erik Magnuson, 6-6, 290

RB Dennis Norfleet, 5-7, 170

DE Mario Ojemudia, 6-3, 223

DT Ondre Pipkins, 6-3, 337

DB Terry Richardson, 5-9, 154

LB Kaleb Ringer, 6-0, 230

LB James Ross, 6-0, 225

DE Tom Strobel, 6-6, 250

TE A.J. Williams, 6-6, 282

DB Jarrod Wilson, 6-2, 195

DE Chris Wormley, 6-4, 268

Others:

Richard Ash - 6-3, 301
Courtney Avery - 5-11, 173
Ricky Barnum - 6-3, 301
Russell Bellomy - 6-3, 201
Brennen Beyer - 6-3, 252
Jibreel Black - 6-2, 276
Nathan Brink - 6-5, 272
Chris Bryant - 6-4, 320
Will Campbell - 6-5, 308
Tamani Carter -5-11, 185
Frank Clark - 6-2, 260
Joey Burzynski - 6-1, 295
Blake Countess - 5-10, 182
Kenny Demens - 6-1, 242
Drew Dileo - 5-10, 180
J.T. Floyd - 6-0, 184
Josh Furman - 6-2, 204
Jeremy Gallon - 5-8, 186
Devin Gardner - 6-4, 206
Cameron Gordon - 6-3, 235
Thomas Gordon - 5-11, 209
Justice Hayes - 5-10, 183
Brandin Hawthorne - 6-0, 220
Delonte Hollowell - 5-9, 177
Stephon Hopkins - 6-0, 235
Jeremy Jackson - 6-3, 202
Jordan Kovacs - 6-0, 202
Mike Kwiatkowski - 6-5, 261
Taylor Lewan - 6-8, 308
Elliott Mealer - 6-5, 309
Jack Miller - 6-4, 287
Desmond Morgan - 6-1, 230
Brandon Moore - 6-5, 261
Patrick Omameh - 6-4, 306
Thomas Rawls - 5-10, 217
Denard Robinson - 6-0, 196
Marvin Robinson - 6-2, 201
Jerald Robinson - 6-1, 213
Roy Roundtree - 6-0, 180
Craig Roh - 6-5, 278
Jake Ryan - 6-3, 242
Michael Schofield - 6-7, 302
Vincent Smith - 5-6, 175
Fitzgerald Toussaint - 5-10, 203
Raymon Taylor - 5-10, 183
Quinton Washington - 6-4, 299
Kenny Wilkins - 6-3, 290

Comments

LB

July 26th, 2012 at 11:50 AM ^

it didn't seem like he was just headed downfield and ended up in the right spot - he pursued the ball. In fact, he looked like he had done it before and had plans to do it again. IMO, not the approach of a guy who isn't used to running more than 2 yards.

With a good diet and training staff, there is no telling what his ceiling might be if he can handle the rest of the responsibilities that come with being a player.

Mr Miggle

July 26th, 2012 at 1:40 PM ^

I'll admit to not knowing much about S&C programs, but aren't they supposed to help players get ready for the positions the staff wants them to play? Most kids come in needing to get bigger. Will Campbell didn't and he's smaller today. The staff may want a 300lb TE. If not, then I don't expect to see Williams bulking up.

Jon Jansen played TE in HS but he was recruited to play OL here.

evenyoubrutus

July 26th, 2012 at 10:59 AM ^

I'm definitely a college football fan when I find it entirely socially acceptable to get this excited over reading a list of a hundred college guys' heights and weights.

FreddieMercuryHayes

July 26th, 2012 at 11:10 AM ^

Well Sam Webb reported that Darboh tested at a 4.5 fourty at 218 a few weeks ago, and that 218 turned out to be correct, so maybe the 4.5 is correct as well.  I which case, that weight probably isn't all bad.  However he is coming off a shoulder surgery, so I'm sure he'll have to re-shape a bit.

Bodogblog

July 26th, 2012 at 11:58 AM ^

This year he needs to be able to block with enough technique to keep a DE occupied or help Lewan/Schofield destroy an offensive tackle.  Beyond that, if he can catch well enough that the coaches have confidence going to him on a limited basis, he can pick up first downs on 3rd and 6 type situations.  Maybe a potential big gainer if the D totally ignores his receiving threat.  Anything more would be beyond bonus.

alanmfrench

July 26th, 2012 at 11:06 AM ^

amazing how much some these kids develop from freshman to senior year. Roh is a prime example of that. I hope to see him in beast mode all season long!! Go Blue!