Signing Day Surprise Predictions

Submitted by icefins26 on February 2nd, 2010 at 10:55 AM

Anyone have any under the radar possible decommitments or commitments tomorrow? I know we don't have much room to get some guys but if we lose a few, we may be able to gain some.

My surprise choice is that we get Darius Robinson, 4-star CB who is currently committed to Clemson. There have been talks that Michigan coaches have been in contact with him within the last month or so. If not Robinson, I think we may pick up a random lineman - maybe Skyler Schofner from Sparty?

Just throwing these out there. Anyone else have any surprise predictions?

Comments

BiSB

February 2nd, 2010 at 11:46 AM ^

Something will happen...
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yes
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but you will not expect it....
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no
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As a result, you will be surprised.
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Oh yes
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And remember, when you are surprised, that BLUE IN SOUTH BEND knew that it would happen, and accurately predicted that an unexpected thing would surprise you.

jtmc33

February 2nd, 2010 at 11:30 AM ^

I predict the following:

1) Ronald Johnson spurns UM for USC on NSD... every Michigan fan is extremely pissed. Johnson has an average career at USC as a WR, not as a CB as UM wanted him

2) Former UM lineman, and current LSU coach, steals Jai Eugune from UM and keeps him close to home in Baton Rouge. Jai has an average career as a safety at LSU.

3) Although Ryan Mallet will sign with UM... it's pretty obvious that if it wasn't for Mitch Mustain he'd rather play for his home-state's Razorbacks.

4) Stokes will spurn Tennessee and sign with UM. Contrary to UM fans' predictions (hopes), I predict he will not have Manningham-esque numbers in his true freshman year.

5) I predict that we will never get the opportunity to see if Witty is actually a true sleeper -- or a true 2-star.

That's it for now... hopefully next year my NSD predictions will be based more on "snake-oil" rather than Les Miles

Six Zero

February 2nd, 2010 at 11:40 AM ^

It will be incredibly hard to function as a productive employee tomorrow.

Two years ago, during the McGuffie AWOL Act and the Pryor Loves Himself Too Much To Share The Limelight debacle, I was actually home sick with the flu. It worked out so well I've contemplated licking the keyboards in the computer lab across the hall.

See you all then