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Watch the video on Mitchell! I am assuming you have spoke to him since this weekend since you seem to know everything.
I'm sure you have spoken to him and know everything.
We are college football
Nice work, your haul in the trenches is extremely impressive. What i would like to see if a comparison of our Oline haul vs UMs WR/RB haul over that same time frame. UM fans always talk about are Oline recruiting and OSU fans always talk about the lack of elite talent UM is bringing in at WR/RB the last to classes. Would be fun to see the camparison.
Mike Mitchell is
He is, and any of my uofm brethren that deny that, are in denial. Hell, even urban himself said mattison is 1 of the best in the country
Honestly, it would be a pointless comparison. There are always 5 OL that start. On average there are 3 or 4 WR/RB's on the field. So naturally teams would recruit the OL harder than WR and RB.
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This is Michigan, fergodsakes.
Yes! t's good to ahve one of the best DCs at Michigan. Too bad you guys have Withers.
You wanna do a sig bet that Mitchell ends up at OSU?
You are the one who said he was not lining up to play for OSU. I just provided you video proof that your information is incorrect and that's the best you can come up with.
Taking the WR/RB from the last two classes, plus Funchess because most think he is going to play in the slot (perhaps this year as a true frosh), Michigan has a player average of 0.8931.
When you show him he's wrong he changes topic.
You plan on answering my questions?
Most college teams have about the same if not more scholarship WR/RB than Olineman.
Your avatar scares me.
Sorry what question? Also thanks for doing the math.
I know, I'm just saying that more OL start than WR's and RB's.
I hoped for a serious response as to what makes someone an elite playmaker.
You also claimed that Michigan hasn't brought in any elite WR or RB. However, Deveon Smith had an offer from OSU. Does Urban Meyer offer non-elite RB?
I went through it in another thread, but over the last 2 years, Michigan has 1 less 4* RB than OSU and 1 less 4* WR than OSU. Michigan also has 1 more 4* TE than OSU. This also does not take into account Derrick Green and LaQuon Treadwell, who both appear to be Michigan leans (locks?).
A game changer, someone that has the potential to make a 5 yard play into a 70 touchdown. Deveon Smith made the right choice IMO he fits in much better with the offense I think UM will run once Dnard leaves. Deveon may more may not of had a commutable offer. Watching his film he is just so much more suitable for a pro style than spread. I dont think Deveon is elite. I think he has the chance to be a very solid back.
Well Michigan has a WR coming in who, Chesson, who beat OSU's "game changing" RB commit Elliot for the Missouri state title in the 100 or 200 meter. Dennis Norfleet is also a dynamic playmaker. Certainly based on his 7-on-7 and camp performances.
I would also argue that big WR/TE that Michigan is recruiting are game changers, albeit of a different type. But we have seen what an advantage size can be at the WR/TE position in the NFL and it is becoming more and more prevalent in the college game.
And it's hilarious to hear Buckeye fans talk about commitable offers. When I brought it up on BN late last year, people thought I was out of my mind, like I was making something up. Now it is all you guys talk about when a kid chooses another school.
All 4 stars are not the same. Treadwell is a 4 star but so is Dukes does that make them the same type of prospect no.
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