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I haven't heard anything that he's a "lock" to Ohio State. I never even believed in the term "lock." I've heard he's a Michigan fan growing up so you would think that might be in favor to you guys. I really don't know which way or the other he actually goes.
That's just FWIW.
Do you know the poster mark diaz? Is he usually right?
Yeah when I saw that I said to myself, this guy is spewing BS. Smith and his father are both big Michigan fans and he has an offer so i think we are in the lead.
I can't say conclusively that he's right. I always take message board "insiders" with a grain of salt. Obviously, the best indicator is when he makes his decision. There's always a chance he's right; just as much as being wrong. At this point in time, I'd say it's too early right now to predict what Deveon is thinking.
Yes, I definitely think him growing up rooting for Michigan is a plus for you guys. Of course, recruiting is a crazy game and we've seen some weird stuff happen (Diamond). I knew he grew up a Michigan fan and I thought he was going Blue for sure.
Ok thanks. I just didn't know if this poster had a good rep on Bucknuts or not.
Yeah that one stung he was a lean for such a long time and got sucked into the SEC hype. I think Diamond will be good but it will be hard for him to reach his full potential in that system.
This is exactly right.
I think Deveon is open to Michigan...which, in itself, is a win. Many Ohio players aren't. I think Hoke is going to be able to sell him quite well. Does that mean we get him? No idea, but it is likely a OSU/Michigan race to the end.
I think a lot of guys are open to Michigan actually. Unless their relatives played at OSU I think all of them would consider Michigan. We've offered a lot of them already and they seem genuinely excited.
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