Denard = Most Explosive Man in Football /Rivals top 10

Submitted by Seth on August 28th, 2011 at 10:33 AM

http://collegefootball.rivals.com/content.asp?CID=1256284

Relevant bits:

1. QB Denard RobinsonMichigan, Jr. 
Buzz: Robinson is like a time bomb: Sooner or later, he's going to explode. Each time Robinson tucks the football, opposing fans hold their breath because he always seems one step away from making a big play. Last season, his first as a full-time starter in former coach Rich Rodriguez's spread offense, Robinson had 16 runs that covered at least 20 yards and seven that exceeded 30 yards. He had at least one 20-yard gain in nine of the Wolverines' 13 games last season. He scored touchdowns on runs of 87, 72, 47, 32 and 32 yards. He also had 12 pass completions of more than 40 yards. That's more than Stanford's Andrew Luck. A big question with Robinson is how the new Michigan staff will make use of his talents.

Bomb set for 6 days.

Comments

Blue boy johnson

August 28th, 2011 at 7:32 PM ^

It will be interesting to see what effect the threat of Denard has on the opposition in the new offense. As Denard becomes adroit with his play fakes and is able to hide the ball a bit, causing the D to hesitate, we may still have receivers running scot free and RB's getting that little extra step on the D enabling to break into the secondary. Denard elevates the game of all his teammates on the offense. Once Denard get the fundamentals and techniques of QBing down,he will be virtually unstoppable at the college level