Cass Tech RB Mike Weber Offered

Submitted by jbibiza on January 22nd, 2013 at 6:21 PM

According to the front page of Rivals and other sources Mike Weber, the 2015 running back from Cass Tech, has received a Michigan offer.  The kid was a beast the last half of his sophmore year and would be a great pick up from the Cass pipeline.


PA Baller

January 22nd, 2013 at 6:34 PM ^

These kids are in my class. Growing up you always think you can make it, you can go d1, but when there are kids starting too get offers, from your dream school. It REALLY hits hard. Anyways, congratulations to them. Hopefully they choose Blue.


January 22nd, 2013 at 7:17 PM ^

Hey man, Jake Ryan and Dennis Norfleet were late bloomers and late additions. Keep grinding. I was never good enough to nurture any sort of D1 fantasy.  Even if your situation is akin to, "So you're telling me there's a chance..," there is always the Rudy Kovacs route. Out of state tuition would be brutal, but there are options. I wish you all the best.


January 22nd, 2013 at 6:35 PM ^

Fantastic! Does anyone think Jayru Campbell will get an offer? It seems like he really wants one from everything I've seen, but not sure if the coaches have their eyes on a different prospect


January 22nd, 2013 at 6:57 PM ^

Nice, thanks for the update. That's the first i've heard of him, will have to check some film out now.  From size alone it seems Dillman is the prototype pro style QB whereas Jayru is more of the dual threat mold...I just don't think I can stomach seeing one of our pipeline school kids going to another rival though I know the coaching staff will do whats best for the team..


January 22nd, 2013 at 10:01 PM ^

Yeah.  SD is much closer for me, but the thought of driving on the 5 to make a 7PM game makes me stay home.

Even if I did go, the report I would bring back to the board would be like this:

Recruit X was on the field and did some footbally type stuff.  I guess it would be easier to "scout" and report back on what a skill position player does.  I wouldn't be able to bring any insightful technical observations.  I guess I can always talk about pad-level.