With the 2012 season wrapping up this weekend, it’s time to take a way too early look at the 2013 projected depth chart for the Wolverines with some analysis. Note: The only incoming freshmen that I will include in the depth chart are Shane Morris and Jake Butt.
QB: 1. Devin Gardner – Senior
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SR. Elliott Mealer
RS. Soph. Joey Burzynski
FR. Kyle Kalis
Micheal Schofield’s move to right tackle left a giant hole at LG. The good news is that whoever fills the position will be teamed with Michigan’s best offensive lineman Taylor Lewan. The bad news, the coaches are choosing between a career backup, a . . . → Read More: Top 5 Fall Position Battles
My initial thoughts and impressions after watching extensive video from the Rivals 5-Star Challenge Camp:
David Dawson – kid is going to be a good one. Very, very good. He is quick with very, very good feet. He still needs to get stronger as guys were successful bull rushing him. However he looked great.
Chris . . . → Read More: Impressions from Rivals 5-Star Camp
Around midnight last night, full-on delirium took hold of me as I tried to process the day’s events. In succession, Michigan lost to Ohio in basketball, Michigan’s last hope for landing a #1 CB chose the rival Buckeyes, and a key interior line prospect committed to Iowa over the Wolverines. Taken in isolation, none of . . . → Read More: Masters of the Blitzkrieg, Losers of the War
Things are winding down for the 2012 recruiting class. With only a few days left until national signing day, here is were Michigan stands with it’s handful of remaining recruits (in no particular order).
1. Josh Garnett – Officially down to Michigan, Notre Dame and Stanford, but the consensus is that Michigan and Stanford are . . . → Read More: Recruiting Update
1. Michigan 10-2 (7-1)
IF the Wolverines can find somewhat productive replacements for Mike Martin and Ryan Van Bergen and find consistency on offense, they should have another very good season.
Offense: Denard Robinson (QB-SR) 142-258 (55%) 2173 Yds. 20 TD 15 INT – 221 Carries 1176 Yds (5.3) 16 . . . → Read More: An Early Look at the 2012 B1G Legends Division (Pre-Spring)
Following any player’s recruitment is due to have its ups and downs. There will be rumors of visits and alleged family members saying so and so is leaning a certain way or another. Or a YouTube video will come out that everyone has to see. Or a play will commit, decommit, commit, then decommit again. . . . → Read More: Michigan Recruiting Player Interest
The 2012 Michigan recruiting class has 24 commits and the magic number now seems to be 28.
Running Back – The recent commitment of Drake Johnson will not effect Bri’onte Dunn’s recruitment.
Bri’onte Dunn. Visited UM’s BBQ a few months back and enjoyed his time. To my knowledge a return official visit has not been . . . → Read More: The Blueprint to Filling Out the 2012 Class Part 3
Bruce Hooley, Fox Sports Ohio, has covered the conference’s sports teams for 23 years at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, ESPN.com, FOXSports.com and WBNS-FM in Columbus.
The following is a summary of what he said in an interview on The Really Big Show in Cleveland yesterday:
Kalis can’t be blamed for decision he made, brought . . . → Read More: Fox Sports Ohio Reporter Destroys O$U
2012 Football Recruiting Board
Name: Kyle Kalis Position: Offensive Tackle Height & Weight: 6’5” 305 lbs. High School: Lakewood St. Edwards Eagles
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TweetEarly 2012 Big Ten Recruiting Rankings 1. 8. 2. 9. 3. 10. 4. 11. 5. 12. 6. 13. 7. Team By Team Commits: Use Facebook to Comment on this Post . . . → Read More: 2012 Big Ten Adversary Recruiting Snapshot