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Im liking the chatter already for 2014....seems like were in position for another top 10 class
The best DL in the nation for 2014 will be Deshawn Hand out of Virginia, who will at least give us a visit but I think he'll go to Bama.
Go Blue & Gig Em'!
I've heard great things about McDowell and Robinson but don't know too much about Roney. Is Roney expected to be four-star talent as well?
I've actually never heard of him but I just checked out his profile and he's teammates with Godin and Shallman. Here's a link to his profile with film.
Also Bryan Mone Sione Houma's teammate he already has a Michigan offer and was one of the first kids to get an offer in the 2014 class.
Steve Wiltfong on 2014 CB phenom Jabril Peppers:
"He was our sophomore Player of the Year. This cat is good enough to play college football right now. This one is easy to call. He's a big-time CB, a heck of a high school RB, and also an electric return man. Has a great build too. Great kid, great student. The total package."
"Not sure he'll be No. 1 in the nation, but I think he'll be up there. That's for our analysts to decide. As far as schools, Rutgers has impressed early for obvious reasons. After that, Jabrill hasn't gotten a chance to take many visits. He told me when I went out to see him play that he always wanted to hear from Michigan. He brought the Wolverines up, not me. We'll see what happens. That doesn't make them the favorite or anything. Just a school he acknowledged he has respect for."
And on Malik McDowell:
"He looks like the top player in the state and one of the top prospects in the Midwest thus far."
Amazing news on Peppers. TREMENDOUS just put out a great update that includes info on McDowell as well.
Agreed, this is a great 2014 update on yet another Good Counsel prospect that Blake Countess will help us with and potential commits this weekend
Didn't know Blake had a younger brother either. Hopefully he becomes an elite football player that comes to Michigan as well.
I know we said it earlier on this page, but 2014 DL recruiting is going to be insane. McDowell, Hand, Bars, Mustipher, Roney, Robinson... Wow.
Also in that post:
He guesses we get Levenberry and McDowell this weekend
I personally think that's a very optimistic opinion. I do not share his views, but I would love to be wrong!
LB too. The Cass trio, the kid from Treadwell's school, the kid in the TREMENDOUS update, and I think there is another Midwest LB or two I am forgetting. Plus any national LB's.
If true I'll be doing this all weekend!
If we get those two this weekend, there will be a lot of very happy Michigan fans!!
Oh, and I forgot Brandon Hines in the DL...
2014 should be another amazing class
Is it wrong if I chalk Peppers up as a lock already?
Just coming to post the same (re: Hines).
Our defense, especially front 7, is going to be loaded.
Yeah, especially since Levenberry's dad just said he'll announce in August.
Holy crap our 2014 class could be better than our 2013 class and that is saying something. Peppers, McDowell, Kizer, etc... Good lord.
We need Todd/Clint to get an update on Peppers
There's a 2014 LB that plays for the same team as Poggi. Melvin Keihn, he's already got good size and holds early offers from Maryland, Rutgers, and Virginia. He could show Michigan some interest if we land Poggi. Things are looking good for LBs and DL in 2014 class already.
This is just something I want to email the coaches about!
I hope they really recruit Peppers hard, if he's got interest and he's that good we better try the hardest we can.
McDowell is a stud, don't think he commits this weekend but I'm glad he looks like a Wolverine lean early!
Jabril Peppers would be incredible.
Just curious. Say that you are Malik McDowell(or his father). What schools would you consider other than Michigan? More specifically, which schools would you consider for the reason being a "national" school? I can think of Alabama, LSU, USC. Perhaps ND and OSU to a lesser degree, though they are helped by their proximity. Would you consider Texas, OU, Oregon, or Georgia?
EDIT: I forgot Florida.
This post was edited by Nutcracker 2 years ago
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