New 2014 Visitors

Submitted by 814 East U on February 15th, 2013 at 10:35 AM

 

2014 TE Nic Weishar and 2014 LB Kyle Berger are visiting Michigan according to TVH and Sam Webb. Tom VH said Nic W. is visiting for the IU game March 10. HUGE visits.

 

According to @M_Ferns10 he has convinced Cleveland St. Ignatius LB Kyle Berger to visit UM next Sunday. Kid is recruiting his tail off!

 

Comments

rossra2

February 15th, 2013 at 11:37 AM ^

btw who are these guys ...the te is unrated on rivals and kyle is a 4* LB.

is there something that i dont know abt these guys?...wud love to party too...just give me a reason to.

Farnn

February 15th, 2013 at 11:46 AM ^

At this stage of the game there are plenty of players who aren't ranked who should be.  Ranking sights may not have their film, or no one saw them because they had no good seniors on the team who would draw interest from analysts for the 2013 class.  Looking at their offers instead should give you a good idea of how good these kids are, especially this early in the game.  Weisher already has offers from ND, OSU, Michigan, and Oklahoma.  Berger has offers from OSU, PSU, and Michigan already.  Both will probably be high 4 stars by the end of the 2014 cycle.

Shaun

February 15th, 2013 at 12:18 PM ^

Berger is thought to be all OSU by most. Perhaps Michigan will make up some ground on this visit. 

If OSU hits on all 3 of its higher targets at LB in McMillan, Garrett, and Booker, then maybe there wouldn't be room for Berger in their smaller class this year. It will be interesting to see how it plays out.

WolvinLA2

February 15th, 2013 at 2:27 PM ^

It's not necessarily a leftover.  Joe Bolden was technically a "leftover," but he ended up being one of the top LBs in the country and higher rated than almost anyone OSU took that year, LB or otherwise. 

The point he made was a good one.  There are a lot of good LBs in the midwest this year, and OSU won't take all of them.  I'm sure OSU didn't feel they were taking our leftovers when they got Tommy Schutt, although by your definition they were. 

Coaches often prioritize these players differently.  We loved Bolden and OSU didn't, and although we won that one it has gone the other way too.  It's really not a "leftover" when it's a player the coaches really want.