Treadwell names top 5

Submitted by robbyt003 on October 7th, 2012 at 6:33 PM



"My top is OklahomaOklahoma StateOle MissMichigan State andMichigan," Treadwell reported. "[That is a] final five for now."

Treadwell has visited each of those schools except for the two Oklahoma-based schools. He plans an official visit to Oklahoma the weekend of Oct. 26 when the Sooners are scheduled to host Notre Dame. An official visit to Oklahoma State is planned, but a date has not been scheduled yet for that trip.

I don't think Michigan State is much of a threat,  but those two Oklahoma schools worry me.  



October 7th, 2012 at 9:36 PM ^

who questioned Ole Miss.  The Rebs have a new coach who likes the up tempo throw it all over style like Oklahoma State.  Ole Miss will make some noise in the very near future of the SEC West.


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October 8th, 2012 at 8:27 AM ^

Devon Allen, Kyle LaPorte, James Quick, Jordan Cunningham, Robert Foster, and Marquez North are all uncommitted.  Unfortunately, chances are slim with all those guys.  Foster has listed Michigan high on his list, but he hasn't visited and reportedly has some "issues."

Da'Mario Jones (from Westland John Glenn) and Teo Redding (from Warren Michigan Collegiate) are two in-state guys that I could see us going after if other guys don't pan out.  Redding is an excellent athlete, but he's very skinny.

Shakey Jake

October 7th, 2012 at 11:10 PM ^

No more suprises. And Michigan is still there. We all know the current verbals will be on him to remind him that Michigan is special and that with hard work and determination, he'll have the opportunity to become a legend while playing for the Maize and Blue.


October 8th, 2012 at 11:00 AM ^

It can be hard to follow these long, drawn out decisions of big name recruits.  We can't get them all, and probably get only a small portion of them.  While I don't begrudge them for taking their time, or can't exactly get mad at them for going against us...they are just kids, it is hard to watch.  These kids, like Green and Treadwell, can mean so much to us and it's hard to always have to wonder if we get them, knowing we need playmakers at thier position.


I didn't like that he mentioned the OK schools first, although it's hard to blame them.  If I was a reciever I would want to go to OKla St.  It was encouraging that he mentioned having a good class and a good QB coming in to throw him the ball is important.  If he doesn't like our 2013 class, espeically O-line and QB, both of which will have big impacts on  him getting the ball, then I don't know what he wants.  I just hope he doesn't judge the offense by what he sees on the field now as to what it will be like post-Denard.