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FWIW, I was reading a post on bucknuts(yeah I know), this was posted: "I work with a huge Massillon Tiger fan. He once was employeed by the district and he still has great relationships with current players. When asked about Gareon all he said was SPECIAL very SPECIAL player. And now the great news he is soured on his SCum commitment and it most likely come down to Oregon and possibley OSU if we offer. Reason for the change is he wants to play WR and that is what Oregon is recruiting him for. When asked what he thought the chances were Gareon would stay with his verbal to Michigan he said ZERO.. just thought I would share with you"
Don't worry this wasn't "VIP" news.
Anyways, I feel that even if he doesn't go to OSU, he will at least take a visit to Oregon. You would have to think that Oregon would at least OFFER Gareon. Why wouldn't they? He's a great player and its not like they have a stellar class yet. You would have to think he's definitely gone and I almost wish he would just decommit already so we can focus on replacing him.
Don't bother replying to me in VIP status because I can't read it since I don't have it lol. So it's not a big deal if you respond to this, because I wont know!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by BleedingxBlue 18 months ago
Its Oregon or Michigan
For Oregon believe it is John Ross so we want him to commit to Oregon.
The Michigan coaches have already told Conley that he can play WR here. That shouldn't be an issue with him unless he just likes the idea of playing in a spread-option offense like Oregon & OSU more than playing in a pro style like Michigan will be running in the near future.
This post was edited by MaizeBlue321726 18 months ago
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