Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Wolverine Wednesday: Has A Few Bullet Points

  • Graduate transfer news: Jake Raulerson an offensive lineman from Texas, will visit Ann Arbor on 1/15.  Most folks expect they are looking at Jake at center.   The unique thing here is that Jake will graduate early and have two years of eligibility left.  Jake was a 2013 class 4 star and Army All American.  Jake is 6'5 and 281 pounds.  Looks like Jake played 12 games with 5 starts in 2014 and sparling in 2015.  He was the expected starter at center next season.

  • 4 Star QB Zach Gentry continues to rep at TE

  • Devin Bush Jr. and Sean McKeon both signed their paperwork to enroll in January.

  • With the hiring of Don Brown, that means Chris Partridge probably doesn't have a coaching spot after the bowl game.  "He's doing an amazing job. If I had one more spot, another spot on the coaching staff, it would be Chris Partridge," Harbaugh said Tuesday evening. "I've really been that impressed with him as a coach." - You don't know what (might) happen with the hiring cycles, once the pro hiring cycles begin," he said. "But it can't be soon enough to get Chris Partridge as a full-time coach. I've been that impressed with him. "Worst-case scenario, I could see him being in multiple roles. Director of player development/coach/analyst on the football side. I think he's really talented." -"He's a shining star, he's a rising superstar in this profession," Harbaugh said. "We'll find (something)." 

1 comment:

Bobby Lamb said...

Have you heard anything else about Devin Bush, Sr. coming to UM? The Rivals guys keep talking about