Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Wolverine Wednesay: QB Battle Continues

With all the media attention and access to Spring Practice this year, it seems some things are getting clearer:

  • This team is getting better all over the field. 
  • Michigan's defense continues to be its strength
  • The offensive line is looking to build on the Florida game and continues to improve
  • The LB's are still a question mark but with the now healed Mike McCray could be fine
  • None of the QB's have separated themselves and each continues to make at least one big mistake a practice.

It seems its a three headed race between O'Korn, Speight, and Morris.  The pre-spring practice buzz was all O'Korn but it seems he hasn't separated himself from the pack.  Morris continues to have a rifle for an arm but still doesn't see the field like he should.   I was impressed how Speight won the Minnesota game last year and seems like a big QB that would be steady but not a superstar.   It will be interesting to see what happens on Friday. 

  • I posted this late yesterday but Ricky Doyle is transferring from Michigan's basketball program.  He had a nice freshman year, but struggled this past season.   Michigan has a number of big men coming in and Wagner has a very nice upside.  The program is now at it's scholarship limit for next year.

  • Basketball transfers seems to be something that is happening all over.  OSU is losing 4 or more players from their large freshman class.

  • IMG Academy 2017 OLB Jordan Anthony is expected to be at the Spring Game on Friday.

  • Michigan has two RB's in this class already but 2017 Warren (MI) De La Salle ATH Allen Stritzinger who plays RB or CB is still very interested in the Wolverines.

3 comments:

Scott K said...

Last season I actually thought Speight had a lot more potential than he was being given credit for. He made quite a few nice passes that were dropped, etc. I think a lot of people were dismissing him because he was a left over from Brady's mess and he was only a 3* recruit. I really hope someone comes out of practice the clear #1, so we aren't listening to the media bash our QB situation as 'who will be the best of the ok qbs in the Big House'. That being said, I'm not surprised Wilton is neck and neck with O'Korn.

GO BLUE!

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Big35Hurt said...

It will be O'Korn. His athletic ability is what will set him apart from the pack when it's all said and done. Mark my words.