February 12th, 2011 at 10:59 PM ^


Did you guys really want this guy at Michigan? The fact that RR went after this kid (knowing all the trouble he was in) should tell you something about the guy. Google "Demar Dorsey zombie crew" and tell me why in the world did we ever risk recruiting someone like this...


February 13th, 2011 at 9:26 AM ^

The mere fact that the kid opted to move to Michigan to play football, not at U of M after-all, but at GRCC, should prove that this kid deserves the benefit of the doubt.  He surely had similar options to stay in Florida and play at that level, but he chose to get away from that environment.  Good luck to you, Demar!


February 12th, 2011 at 11:03 PM ^

Condeming an 18-year-old kid for life because of bad decisions in the past goes against everything Michigan stands for as an institution.  If you do not believe that through hard work, dedication, clean living, and staying out of trouble, a troubled young man can make something of himself and get a degree from the best school in the Big Ten, then you sir have a very limited and very selective view of what university (and community college) education can do for a person.

Also, I see you joined just today to post that.  Good luck in the jungle.


February 12th, 2011 at 11:35 PM ^

Wow, someone flicked off the camera? Oh no. We shouldn't let anyone in to Michigan who does that...

And the second picture isn't even him, why even post it?

I don't get the big deal about the 4th picture either. So he's biting cash.... uhhh ok?


The worst thing I see going on is underage drinking. Not to belittle that, but.... it's not just potential football players who do this at UM or other schools. I'm sure YOU neeeeeever did that either.

Black Socks

February 12th, 2011 at 11:48 PM ^

Dude - seriously tell me that you didn't do stupid stuff in high school.  My friends and I used to wear pendants that said "69" on them.  Let's face it, people do stupid stuff at that age.  Do you know the human brain isn't fully developed until age 25?  Why shouldn't he have the chance in AA in a better environment?  Regardless of where he ends up give it a rest.


February 13th, 2011 at 12:36 AM ^

You are the worst! I did some pretty horrible shit throughout my highschool days and I was able to mature and realize how stupid some of the shit I did was. I'd like to think I turned out more than okay. I believe Demar is very capable of doing the same, i'm glad he's getting out of Florida, hopefully this gets him on the right path. I'm have faith in you Demar and i'm rooting for you!

So loyalm, kindly eat a bag of dicks!


February 13th, 2011 at 4:34 AM ^

Me and my friends took pictures almost exactly like those (and did the things they are insinuating they do) when we were in HS and I'm a about to graduate from the university of Tampa with a 3.5 GPA. Not saying I'm a genius nor an athlete the caliber of DD, but kids act stupid in HS and everyone deserves a second chance. To judge a kids potential based solely on some pictures and a few juvenile mistakes isn't really fair IMO, but that's just me. To each his own I guess.
<br>I would have loved to see UM at least give him a chance.

Maize and Blue…

February 13th, 2011 at 9:25 AM ^

Vance Bedford vouched for the kid for one thing.  Do you honestly believe that Michigan never recruited kids like this before RR?  Just that with today's media and available technology everything is recorded instantly.  Remember a kid named Kelly Baraka?  Maybe you remember a player stalking girls and exposing himself on front porches or a player shooting his gun in the air on campus because he thought his vehicle was being broken into?  I know RR wasn't one of us, but neither were the two greatest coaches to ever coach Michigan football, Bo and Fielding.