December 10th, 2013 at 1:53 PM ^

I will be intrigued by how Jon Runyan Jr develops in his senior year. I don't see much hype about him and question whether or not this was a legacy offer. I however will trust that the coaches know what they were doing when they offered him. Kid seems a little light but athletic. I'm sure he will not have much trouble putting on weight with a college training regiment.


December 10th, 2013 at 2:02 PM ^

I will say that I like a good athlete on the OL rather than an oversized mauler who can't move his feet. Runyan was 6'4", 240-250 lbs. when he committed. I'm assuming he's added at least 10 lbs. to his frame by now. If he can be 280 or so by the time he graduates, then filling out to be a 300-310 lb. guard in college shouldn't be too difficult.


December 10th, 2013 at 5:13 PM ^

rob swett was a LB and i remember him chasing down osu's katzenmoyer after the blocked extra point to save an important two points in that 97 game..  this was after all the announcers saying how damn fast katzenmoyer was for a LB when i watched him in other games.  i hope i got the right names and game there.


December 10th, 2013 at 8:13 PM ^

I'm working on a scouting report of all of Michigan's targets, but I haven't watched all of them yet. I'm trying to compare apples to apples with junior film of all of them, but I haven't found all those highlights yet.

I think I like Zach Gentry the best from what I've seen so far. Well, Rosen is the best pure passer, in my opinion, but he doesn't really seem like a legitimate option. Of the rest of the guys Michigan has been in touch with, it would have to be Gentry.