Thursday, August 15, 2019

Michigan Thursday: Jace Howard Gets An Offer

Coach Juwan Howard didn't have to look very far for his latest scholarship offer.   It was actually just across the kitchen table, as he offered his son Jace.

Jace is a 6'7 SF in the 2020 class, he is unranked and weighs 200 pounds.  He has offers from the likes of Dayton, San Diego State,  St. Louis, and Northern Illinois.   So this isn't just Dad throwing a scholarship towards his son and the expectation is that Jace will play at some point.

Good luck to Jace and we look forward to seeing him in Crisler in a few years.

  • With Jace getting offered, it got me thinking about what Tyrone Wheatley Jr. is doing now?  We know he left Michigan and transferred to Stoney Brook and caught 6 balls last season.  He will play his senior year at Morgan State where his dad is the head coach.   

  • As I'm sure you heard, Ohio State is trying to trademark the word The.  

  • Warde thinks the ND game could be another night game in the Big House.  Thanks to Warde's lack of negotiation skills, Michigan is playing ND in the middle of October.   The week before Michigan travels to Penn State for a White Out which also has a high probability of being a night game.    Which I'm sure Jimmy is going to love that.   Warde did say that the MSU has no chance of being a night game.  

  • 2019 3 Star DT from Belleville Jalen Hunt was not able to qualify at Iowa and has joined the MSU Spartans.   Jalen is not on scholarship but can participate in practice and play if needed this season.   Jalen has been practicing with the team since Monday. Most believe he will not play in a game and be a part of the 2020 recruiting class with a full scholarship.   MSU's 2020 class is currently ranked 51st on 24/7 composite with 13 commits. 

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