Nauta a Bulldog

Submitted by BlueMarrow on January 9th, 2016 at 3:59 PM

Nauta a Bulldog.

Best of luck to the kid.

I don't see this as a huge loss for Michigan. Michigan should be in the running for the best next year, too. In the mean time, the position is faithfully occupied.

Go Blue!

Comments

DairyQueen

January 9th, 2016 at 6:11 PM ^

And we will go on to miss out on more and more top recruits in the future.

That's what top-flight programs do. 

The past 7-8 years, it was never a problem because we were rarely even in the running, due to our struggles/instability.

But with Harbaugh bringing us from being a "historical-powerhouse", for nearly a decade, and back into a "present-day-powerhouse", we now will have all the top recruits interested again in the "just because" and "well, they're MICHIGAN" sort of way.

But, this will also lead to more disappointments, than previous.

But, it's a GREAT problem to have! We'll be crying all the way to the Playoffs!

 

pistolwolf

January 9th, 2016 at 4:35 PM ^

being in on recruits who you really shouldnt have a chance at is huge.. thats the harbaugh difference.. did you notice the two kids that seemed the most torn on their decison, nauta and corley, didnt really look that happy while their families seemed overjoyed by the choice. plus corley didnt even flinch when the reporter said "you must be really happy joining your teamates in ann arbor:..

webbertucky

January 10th, 2016 at 12:28 AM ^

I keep seeing people say this kind of stuff. But the Harbaugh difference? How is this any different than Chris Clark last year? Exact same thing right? Out of state. Best TE in the country. We probably finished 2nd to both. I mean....not terrible or anything but how is that different than what Hoke did last year?

Michigan Mike '76

January 9th, 2016 at 4:01 PM ^

Because that was such a dominant combination today...  He will rue the day that he did not come to play for the block M, but good luck to him anyways playing in the Outback Bowl.