Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Wolverine Wednesday: Updates Some Recruiting News and Notes

  • Seems that Aubrey Solomon and his mom enjoyed last weekends visit to Ann Arbor.  Of course, Jimmy put Momma Gwen on Aubrey's mom as she was the first to do a questionnaire for her son's recruitment.   It seems they hit it off and Aubrey already loves Michigan as he committed here before.   He is a great prospect but I think every visit he goes on will be great and he will end up staying close to home.   It seems Mom holds a lot of the cards in this decision.

  • I want some Wide Receivers! It seems Oliver Martin's recruitment is coming down to Michigan and MSU.   I wish he would just pull the trigger for the good guys.

  • Michigan continues to be the leader for Alabama 4 star WR Nico Collins who took his official last weekend with his family.   This is another recruitment that the longer it goes, the worse it is for the Wolverines.   Too much time for the SEC and their recruiting practices to take effect.

  • Michigan insider Sam Webb is saying that Michigan might take up to 5 LB's in this class.   Some of the top guys the could join the 2017 class include, IMG's Jordan Anthony, Mississippi Willie Gay and Paramus Catholic's Drew Singleton.   Michigan already has two LB's committed in Ben Mason and Josh Ross.

  • Want to know how serious Grant Newsome's knee injury is?  He just left the hospital after 38 days. 

  • Wilton was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week.

  • Since I want WR's in this class so much, I am going to add Brad Hawkins back on the commit list.  Brad as you know committed to Michigan last year but is in prep school now.   I believe he is still planning to enroll in January, which would allow him to use a scholarship from his original class or 2017.


Scott K said...

Winners aren't always the most talented, but they are almost always the most driven.

Bob said...

Hard work beat talent every time, when talent doesn't work.

Bob said...

Also take a look at Thursday's post and the HBO Real Sports interview.