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Nobody wants to play in that offense.
And we really mean that
I really like how Michigan caused a run on TEs today.
Bucknuts saying that it doesn't matter because TE is the least of their needs.
Am I the only one who thinks they should be at least a little bit worried? They only signed one TE in each of 2012 and 2013, and there aren't a lot of quality TEs left on the board this year. If they whiff on a TE this year, they're setting themselves up for major depth issues down the line. Hell, they'll only have 4 TEs on the roster this year. Urban's offense used a lot of Cornelius Ingram and Aaron Hernandez, so it's not like TEs aren't a big part of Urban's spread...
If they miss out on Dickerson, your prophecy may yet prove true
When can we start the 'Will Meyer Be Left With Scraps at TE' Thread?
I think Dickerson is off to Stanford, so I doubt they hit on any of the top TE targets.
shut down TE recruiting unless Luatua wants in
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
I would assume that's the plan. Just like we'll shut down WR recruiting at 3 unless Scott or Dupre wants in.
The should be concerned.. I mean, if they aren't recruiting/landing TEs, where are their next OTs going to come from?
#scraps, c'mon this is totally obvi!
With Weishar to ND, Luatua is suddenly probably feeling pressure to decide.
I think the opposite actually. He's got offers from all over the country and the supply/demand has now completely flipped in his favor. If he only had a couple offers that would be one thing, but Florida, FSU, Bama, Georgia, USC, and OSU all have offered and don't have a commit at the position yet.
"Michigan originally led for Daniel Helm (Chatham, Ill./Glenwood), but a tight end commitment for the Wolverines today filled the spot in their class..."
Michigan originally led for Daniel Helm (Chatham, Ill./Glenwood), but a tight end commitment for the Wolverines today filled the spot in their class.
I actually don't remember Hernandez being used very much outside of one year where Urban had maybe one other good WR. More out of need than design of the offense.
Helm immediately dropping for Tennessee pretty much confirms the coaches told the kids were only taking 1 TE.
Yup, and his quick decision likely confirms Michigan was his top choice. Given Weishar jumped to ND so quickly, you almost wonder if they led for him as well.
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