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At the NFTC camp he went to last year , he measured in at 6-4.5 , 266 Lbs.
He looks to be a bit bigger then 266 lbs maybe he bulked up a bit since camp.
It was last spring/summer so I would think so.
Can we trade Dontre Wilson for Cole
Corey Smith maybe, coaches like that size at WR.
I think Michigan lands some pretty darn good WR's in this class though. In a good position with a few pretty solid guys.
This post was edited by mriderblue12 17 months ago
What is he a 3rd down/Slot type of a guy?
He's an undersized burner. In the right system he's going to be hell to deal with, and luckily we are that system.
Truth, speed is overated in some peoples opinion
This post was edited by Sir Mix A Lot 17 months ago
Your seriously asking Nova for his opinion?
One thing is for sure, Michigan's offense is going to be very big in the future.
Exactly. And it's not just the OL. We are supersizing every position on offense ... RB, WR, TE, FB/HB. Even our QB is going to be 6'6". It's going to be fun to watch the new offense emerge over the next couple of years.
Fun fact: in 2015, it's very likely that we'll be running 2-TE sets where our entire offense is 6'3" or taller.
dude is perfect fit UM. Head band and all that jazz. [club]
......Wait, Let me get this straight. You guys picked up another....Offensive....Lineman???? Is that like, #25? Here's my surprised face....., Congrats
I dream of a day when chickens can cross the road without having their motives questioned.
Yes he seriously was, and Im confident that nobody will ever ask for yours
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
Im with you, high school heights and weights are almost always a projection of what they will grow into
Cole is 6'3" tops right now
This is our depth chart scholarship wise. Id like you to pay particular attention to the middle of the photo, where the offensive lineman are located. Those are the guys in the OT, OG, and C rows. Now if you match that up with the junior and senior columns, you'll see that we have very few guys there. So, when your depth is bad at one position, you have to sign a lot of guys at said position.
Did I take that slow enough for you? It's deep shit I know. Just take your time and see if you can make sense of all of it.
Oline recruiting was nonexistent under RR. No depth whatsoever. We will be taking 3-4 this year.
40 frosh or RS frosh
Edit: that seemed like a ton, but MSU has 35.. so I guess it's not an insanely high #
This post was edited by CaliSpartan0606 17 months ago
I mean it's not exactly something we were aiming for. But when you have not only a coaching change, but an entire change of environment within your program, it's bound to happen. This is the only way to fix it.
Or, we really are gonna play 8 OL at one time. Depends on who you want to listen to.
It's just so ridiculous because it's not like Hoke's arrival caused a mass exodus. RichRod's recruiting was already poor by Michigan standards, and so many of those guys were already gone by the time Hoke arrived.
The cupboard was beyond bare.
Very true. It was a new coach coming to the Big Ten running a spread system who recruited smaller speed guys on the outside and failed at bringing in much talent on the offensive line. Sounds strangely familiar
Yeah I guess you're right, just don't ignore the rest
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