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The rapper should be a safety. Although, he'll probably be a great one and a pain in my ass the next 4 years. I think Lattimore can be great. I'm excited with all the prospects in our defensive backfield. I still can't believe we got Bell last year.
He's not going to flip. Stay away! AAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by dkerns 10 months ago
They can't use that when it comes to Wisconsin RBs recently. Leading rusher for Wisconsin since 2009 and their Rivals rating.
2012, Ball 4*
2011, Ball 4*
2010, All within 56 yards of each other, White 3*, Clay 4*, Ball 4*
2009, Clay 4*
I'd love to have Webb. We are going to be fine without him with Peppers, Westphal and probably one of Nicholson/Jackson/Smith, but it irritates me that Webb got away. He's a top 10 CB in this class and he's from MI. He belongs in a Winged Helmet.
lmao, not going to happen but that was hilarious.
As a Michigan fan, the thought that Webb might flip is similar to the thought that OSU fans had that Dymonte Thomas was going to flip. In both cases, you could see why they might think that (CT being a Michigan pipeline/ Thomas being from Ohio and Brionte Dunn going to OSU), but in neither case did the player show any signs of even thinking about flipping after their commitment.
Webb is a great player and it would be fantastic if he does change his mind, but I don't see it happening. Great pickup by OSU.
This post was edited by detrocks 10 months ago
Yeah, hopefully we can keep him although he shown little to any inclination to do so, just like with Dymonte. Although, you did end up with Peppers who's spectacular in his own right
We are going to have a great secondary in the future. Bogard, Reeves, Powell, Murray, Apple, Burrows, Bell, Conley, Thompson, Webb, Lattimore. I'm really excited to see how these guys develop. Good luck to all of you other B10 schools trying to pass on us.
Stud. Antonio Bass-like.
As expected Penn State QB commit Michael O'Connor slinging it well. Accurate strong arm. Toledo QB commit Travis Smith also throwing it well.
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Good to hear!
Levert Hill is going to be a good one.
And we're gonna get him.
Good to hear. Hope he continues to make improvements with Weinke.
Whatever, Michigan will just run it down OSU's throat with Derrick Green.
I like hearing accurate. Probably my favorite quality in a QB.
C'mon man! You can't do that when we load the box when 4-5 star linebackers and Defensive lineman!
Top247 2015 OL Kyonta Stallworth earning high praise from the coaches.
Yeah we can, have you not seen the OL and TE classes Michigan has been bringing in?
The trench battles with you guys are going to be nuts over the next few years. I'd honestly say that I'd give the advantage to UofM's OL though when all of our young guys get a bit of experience. However, I will say that I am very impressed with your DB haul these past two years. I think that Webb is a stud, and HATE that he decided on OSU. Peppers will be great no doubt, but as mentioned above, OSU's DB depth is nuts. We'll see how they handle all of our 6'3" + receivers and TEs.
THE GAME will be awesome for the foreseeable future.
Edit: forgot 'of'
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by StateStreetBlue 10 months ago
Completely agree with this statement. Both Michigan and OSU have put together a couple of great recruiting classes and have outstanding coaches developing those players. It's going to be awesome.
Both Michigan and OSU are going to be national contenders-- I'll be interested to see how the rest of the B10 shakes out. WI and NE have had good runs recently and should benefit by being in the West. Northwestern is coming off a 10 win season and is putting together a solid/great recruiting class. Can those programs keep the West from becoming the B12 North? MSU has put together a nice run but can they sustain that in the East? BOB has put together good classes at PSU in the face of sanctions, can they compete even with a limited roster? Can Iowa return to glory? Can any of the lower-tier programs breakthrough?
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