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No problem, acknowledged. I don't bicker on that issue. Sparty has the upper hand right now. October is right around the corner. It will be settled on the field.
between you and me, I am not as imperssed with his defensive film as I am with his offensive film, but the kid came to Michigan's summer camp last year as a rising JR and blew everybody away with his athleticism and earned a verbal offer on the spot right then and there.
Kid is a great athlete with size. That's why he's ranked as a 4* on every site, not just this one. He's all of 6 feet 2, maybe even a little taller and easily 210 pounds or more, and he can really run, and not only is he fast but he's also quick. He's sudden, explosive, and he has great acceleration and speed. Not to many white athletes like him out there. No racist.
man i cant even imagine what this blue board is like during the season...
its crazy over a commit...
whats it like when teams win or lose to their rival?
can only imagine um/msu and osu/um fans before and after gameday...
I'm sure there will be quite a few bans handed out.
And I shall rejoice in victory for another 365 days over That School Up North.
just like Geodon was when Meyer pulled his scholly
ECU grad, tOSU fan for life. Father since 1/12/13.
he's too athletic to play FB imo. Don't think Michigan's offense is going to feature FB's much, and they got 1 in 2012 and I think 1 that could play FB in 2013.
He camped at Michigan as a LB'er and TE last year, and Michigan's coaches talked strictly LB'er with him as far as I can tell.
I see him being a 6'2+, 235+ pounder eventually that could play any of the LB'er spots in Michigan's 4-3 under scheme- WILL, MIKE, or SAM. If he has the frame to add the weight and maintain the speed and quicks he'll be a heck of an athlete playing LB'er.
the loser of the um/msu game, what fan base goes more nuts?
Well for Michigan it will be back to business as usual. tRCMB will have a ridiculous meltdown and their site will crash.
seriously though, good get. Hoke building recruiting classes through Ohio talent kinda scares me.
It would REALLY scare me if he was pulling Marshall, Burrows, etc. But still, don't like all this Ohio talent going up North....Step your game up MSU!
If the offer was really pulled, it sounds like Meyer was the one with his feelings hurt-- OSU was one of the schools recruiting Gedeon the hardest.
good pick up by UM , kid should be huge down the road - congrats
He is still joking around trust me.
hard to say. both will go nuts.
Michigan fans will be pissed if they lose to MSU at home. It will give MSU 5 in a row.
MSU might have a nervous breakdown if they lose. It will mean that Hoke might really have Michigan back and they will have to go back to their rightful place as a punching bag.
I keep telling them Dantonio won't be able to keep it up at MSU. It's just too hard. Why you think Saban left?
This post was edited by supermario9 2 years ago
Geodon just wasn't in the same stratosphere as Luke Roberts. We really don't need any LB recruits after Luke committed last year, so we barely pursued Geodon, the pulled his offer, after realizing Luke can play SAM and Will at the same time, so we'll go after an extra safety or something, probably Dymonte Thomas.
not to sound stupid but what does tRCMB stand for?
im guessing a message board????
That's incorrect. We are recruiting Smith, Love, Anzalone hard, not Ben. Even Kimbrough is higher on the board. And this is just what I know.
Good luck with that!
You must be new here.
Yeah, I'm thinking if we don't get Thomas then Urban probably cooled on him and pulled his scholly. I mean, Urbz is a god and can never be denied; only he can deny others...
Its the toilet bowl of the internet.
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