Leatherwood removes "Alabama commit" from his twitter

Submitted by Wolverine Devotee on October 3rd, 2016 at 10:48 PM

This is getting interesting. His most recent follow is CMH, that tweet that was posted earlier on here......and now.....

 

5* OL Alex Leatherwood removed Bama commit info from bio, and pic of Bama players from header, following visit to #Michigan this weekend. pic.twitter.com/mtOYcxc0xC

— LG (@LGhail) October 4, 2016

 

Comments

MayOhioEatTurds

October 3rd, 2016 at 10:54 PM ^

It may not mean anything; it may mean he's looking around in general--

But the timing is encouraging. 

And a lot of these kids take twitter messaging very, very seriously. 

Brian Griese

October 4th, 2016 at 9:12 AM ^

noticed this, called or visited him, got a few quotes and wrote a story about it, would that be creepy? Bigger than that, I find it amusing when people call recruiting insiders/websites creepy for the same reason; sports writers that cover all games/players can do interviews/stories and it's perfectly fine, a recruiting website/insider does basically the same thing and it's "creepy." I'll never understand.

Glen Masons Hot Wife

October 4th, 2016 at 1:55 AM ^

If you're above all this, then stay out of the thread shithead.

He's not hurting anyone, or Michigan's chances, and there's a lot of interest in this.

WD has posted (not to mention scooped) a lot of significant info over the past couple years alone.

The board would be better served if you left the thread, than you driving by with some mindless insult.  Piss off.

FatGuyTouchdown

October 3rd, 2016 at 11:42 PM ^

I'm probably closer in age to him than most people here. When I stopped feeling as firm towards a school that I had been a pretty heavy lean to, I unfollowed their coaches on twitter. The coaches, noticing I unfollowed them, called me a couple days later to check up on how I was feeling. I ended up going to a different school. I'm not saying Leatherwood is even going to decommit from Bama, but it means Michigan is pretty firmly in the running. 

 

EDIT: my point is twitter is a pretty accurate reflection of how kids feel and High Schoolers are pretty aware of most reprucussions that are felt from what they put.

Sorry I'm drinking and I have a midterm paper coming up soon, so my elaboration skills arent great.