Profile for 2015 U of M Commit George Campbell

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Name: George Campbell

Position: Wide Receiver

Height & Weight: 6’ 4” 185lbs.

High School: East Lake Eagles

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2014 Recruiting: What’s Next? (Defense)

Michigan inked a very impressive 2013 recruiting class and the 2014 class in starting to take shape as well. So far the Maize and Blue have verbal commitments from Wilton Speight (3* QB – Virginia), Drake Harris (5* WR – Michigan), Juwan Bushell-Beatty (4* OT – New Jersey), Mason Cole (4* OG – Florida), Michael Ferns (4* LB – Ohio) and Brian Mone (4* DT – Utah). The Wolverines also picked-up Brady Pallante (NR DT – Florida) who received a greyshirt offer, which means he’ll count against either the 2014 class or the 2015 class depending on how the numbers shake out.

Defensive End (1-2)

Again, depth is being built especially at tDaShawn-Hand-Touch-the-Banner1he SDE position. WDE is coming along as well, but a blue chop pass rusher would go a long way into solidifying this unit.

Da’Shawn Hand – 6’5” 260lbs. Woodbridge, VA. The #1 guy on my board had a great visit back in March and has Michigan in his top 5 schools along with Alabama, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia Tech. Hand is a absolute beast finishing his 2012 season with with 110 tackles, 16 sacks, 40(!!!!!) tackles for loss, two pass deflections, four forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries. He’s big enough and athletic enough to play either end position, or possibly even slide inside in pass rushing situations. He’s said a few times that the Michigan staff as a whole is his favorite, but the thought right now is that Hokies may have the slight edge. There is still a ways to go, but things look pretty good with Da’Shawn as of today.

Joseph Henderson – 6’4” 220lbs. Cleveland, OH. Michigan offered him a long time ago and things seemed to be a little hot at the time. He has visited UM at least 3 times, but I haven’t heard his name in quite a long time. In my opinion he’s waiting for an Ohio offer, so we’ll kind of see how it plays out over the next few months. He’d likely end up at the WDE spot, but might have enough athleticism to play the SAM position as well.

Lawrence Marshall – 6’4” 215lbs. Southfield, MI. The former Ohio commit will soon cut his list down to a few schools and although MSU might have a slim advantage, Michigan is right there as well. I’m not as high on him as some others, but he’s be a nice addition at the WDE spot. Marshall on weighs around 215 so a red-shirt would be likely.

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The Greatest Michigan/SEC Games – ‘08 vs. Florida

Lloyd’s last game. The 2008 Capital One Bowl. Chad Henne passed for 373 yards and three touchdowns. Tim Tebow threw three and rushed one in. Henne hit Adrian Arrington (153 yards receiving) for the winning score with 4:12 left to go up 38-35. A K.C. Lopata FG with 2:21 left closed out the scoring. Michigan turned the ball over four times, and still won, while Florida didn’t turn it over once.

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Greatest Michigan/SEC Games – ‘03 vs. Florida

The 2003 Outback Bowl vs. the Florida Gators was an entertaining shootout. John Navarre & Rex Grossman each topped 300 yards. Chris Perry set a Wolverines’ bowl record with four rushing TD’s and led team in rushing and receiving en route to a 38-30 win.

Part One:

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What is the “Reach” of your favorite team?

This is a really really simple post I put together last week when I compiled how many likes on Facebook each respective college program has. Some teams like USC obviously are not social media friendly while some programs may surprise you with the numbers they’ve compiled. Enjoy:

Ohio 1,260,457Facebook Likes

Florida 1,019,480

Texas 988,666

Michigan 916,217

Alabama 702,923

LSU 702,823

Kentucky 653,736

North Carolina 632,748

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