Devin Gardner- Started From The Bottom (Video)

Submitted by Mello219 on July 2nd, 2013 at 10:38 PM

Check out my latest video of Michigan QB Devin Gardner


Just a quick heads up.. WILL NOT WORK ON MOBILE DEVICES due to the music that was used you can blame Devin for that one he choose the music. 

Sorry cant embedd still here is the link


For those who cant view because of the mobile device issue it is also on facebook

Some back story on the video DG came to me and asked me to put together the video asked for the song Started From the Bottom 





July 2nd, 2013 at 11:06 PM ^

It happens.  I think enough people have it posted on here that you're covered, but if you want to fix the link in your OP and need help doing it, when your back in edit, just highlight the hyperlink as it is, click on the icon that's the globe with chainlink and replace out the url with the youtube one.  Nice job (as always) with the vid, btw.


July 3rd, 2013 at 8:52 AM ^

1. It's awesome that in a highlight vid of himself that he had a part of Devin wanted (I assume) some highlights of himself as a WR.

2. Vincent Smith Throwback Screen, oh how I will miss you. (1:45) 

3. Awesome that our QB is already a Michigan Graduate and that he's working on his Masters in Social Work.

Wolverine Devotee

July 2nd, 2013 at 10:54 PM ^

Not to nitpick but this would be the PERFECT song for a Kovacs highlight video/tribute.

That is a true started from the bottom story.

DG was a highly touted recruit, was giving a standing ovation his first series in the 2010 spring game. But it is a good vid. I like how you left the sound of the commentary and the crowd in. Adds more excitement and grit to it. 

Toby Flenderson

July 2nd, 2013 at 11:06 PM ^

There is this misconception that drake was this rich Jew from Canada who just happened to get a rap career after degrassi. Drake in fact had 3 mixtapes come out before having a studio album in 2010 and was basically unheard of. He grew up in a duplex with a single mother who was a teacher, not rich at all. Even if he wasn't exactly piss poor, he still worked hard to get where he is at. Everyone has a different bottom, who the hell knew who drake was until 2010? And I am no drake fan by any means, he is corny if you ask me but I'm just speaking the truth


July 2nd, 2013 at 11:21 PM ^

Right from the get go, his mixtapes were some of the most successful mixtapes an unsigned artists has ever released.  Also, I believe at least one of those mixtapes before 2010 was released while he was already signed to Young Money.  Not saying he didn't work hard to get where he is, and that his life was a breeze, but his life was far from a complete struggle, he already had his foot in the entertainment door and from the time he entered the industry to the time he was a household name was absurdly short.  I know you're just speaking the facts, but the truth of the matter is Drake's bottom was not as far away from the top as it is for other artists trying to break into the industry, and he had a high speed elevator to help him make that ascent.


July 3rd, 2013 at 2:53 AM ^

Kid went to Inkster. IIRC, Inkster doesn't have a stadium, so they played an 8-game away schedule every year.

The list of Inkster's FBS talent certainly isn't long. He didn't go transferring to another school, though.  The bottom is relative, but it's not like he was playing for FHH, EGR, Cass Tech, or even an OLSM or similar.

Stuck through being behind Denard. I'm not a fan of the song, but I'll take the underlying message: Not only is he here, but so is his whole team.


July 3rd, 2013 at 11:35 AM ^

His senior year and he was the only show they had. Respectable Hs receivers but they were manhandled and outclassed as a team. Kid played his heart out. He was definitely hardened by the experience and his talent shows. With D1 receivers and half of a seaon experience, he should be ready to explode this season. Anxious to see this kid get what he's earned.


July 2nd, 2013 at 10:57 PM ^

I'm excited for Devin.  Watching him shoulder 5 star hype, grinding out behind Denard, being a Michigan Man and ultimate team guy to move to WR, and then own it when it came time for him to go behind center... his drive is amazing and really want to see this kid shine and lead this team to some great things this year.


July 2nd, 2013 at 11:05 PM ^

As the video shows, Devin can throw, run, and catch the ball with great expertise and athletic ability.  Do we really need any other skill position players on offense?


July 2nd, 2013 at 11:12 PM ^

Always wondered why Devin changed his number. 7 was his high school number, any info on the reason for the switch especially since it happened after Shane committed AFAIK?