No surprises with Crystal Balls lately

Submitted by Yessir on December 18th, 2018 at 9:25 PM

Lorenz has ZH to OSU.  Seems to be the trend, along with Cornelius Johnson to Michigan. 

Battle flipping from OSU to Bama. Seems to be the trend.  

If Ballz are an indication of where recruits are going, I'd say Battle flipping (which some of us are hoping means DH to UM), ZH to OSU and CJ to Michigan, doesn't seem like a lot of surprises, but then there's Dax. 

Flipping him back would be some fireworks for sure.   

Comments

Mike Damone

December 18th, 2018 at 9:36 PM ^

I am thinking while we may not be getting Harrison - we are going to either get Dax or another Top 250 player that we aren't expecting (like Devin Asiasi a couple years back).

Perhaps we should get Coach Beilein or Jordan Poole to go rub the fax machine in the football office, and pass on some good luck vibes, swag or positive mojo onto that SOB.  Couldn't hurt.

Something good and fun is going to happen tomorrow. 

Go Blue!!!

Mongo

December 18th, 2018 at 10:03 PM ^

Hill is our most important target.  We need that speed at safety.  He would start as a frosh but be buried on Bama's depth chart.  Najee should be Blue and didn't to now be doomed to third on the Satan's chart.  Hill would struggle at Bama but be All B1G at UM with a shot at All American given way more playing time.

Dax Hill should be Blue.

Michwolve21

December 18th, 2018 at 9:46 PM ^

Crystal Ball is telling me that Pep isn’t coming to work tomorrow because he doesn’t do much recruiting. Really doesn’t do much of anything for that matter

M-Dog

December 18th, 2018 at 11:39 PM ^

Nah, I don't actually do anything.  (Except bitch about the market.)

I'm on monthly dollar-cost average auto-pilot; across domestic large cap, small cap, international developed, and emerging markets no-load index funds.  

Boring but effective.  No cool bitcoin stories.

I stay the course through ups and downs . . . dot com bubble and crash, real estate bubble and great recession, and so on.

There have been far worse times than this.  It will come back, and go up from there.