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The Crystal Ball has been pretty accurate so far predicting Michigan commits. Just wanted to organize the prospects left in 2014 according to the Crystal Ball.
Here are the prospects left in the 2014 class with a Michigan Crystal Ball prediction.
Malik McDowell: 100%
Parrker Westphal: 100%
Montae Nicholson: 90%
Da’ Shawn Hand: 58%
Other prospects in the mix but without a Michigan Crystal Ball prediction:
Kalen Ballage: Oregon 100%
Jonathan Hilliman: Ohio State 100%
Adoree’ Jackson: USC 75%, Florida 25%
Dwight Williams: Florida 82%, USC 18%
Garrett Dickerson: Stanford 100%
Joe Mixon: USC 94%, Washington 6%
Leonard Fournette: LSU 91%, Alabama 9%
John “JuJu” Smith: USC 45%, UCLA 27%, Notre Dame 27%
Erick Smith: Ohio State 100%
This post was edited by Clint Brewster 9 months ago
If we pull those 4 prospects that we are "favored" to according to the crystal ball, i'd consider this class a huge success. Add one of the other prospects and it'll be a home run.
I don't get why Hand to Michigan is only predicted at 58% ... that seems pretty low.
I just don't see USC landing Mixon, Smith, and Adoree. With the way their recruiting has gone the past couple of years it is safe to say they only land 1. And I think thats Mixon. But if somehow they do land all their crystal ball predictions...... WOW.... thats some hellava talent.
Hilliman to Ohio State is another one that may not happen.
Hilliman seems to have OSU at the top, but if he drags out his recruitment, OSU may not take a RB at all in this class and use the spot elsewhere.
As long as Meyer thinks Michigan is in serious contention he won't let Hillman slip.
That's too bad, you guys are really hurting for playmakers.
Why is that?
Green is the exact same situation from last year. He let Green go with full knowledge that Michigan was a likely destination for him.
The small amount of historical evidence we have points to it being more likely rather than less likely.
Agree. Urbie's not the brightest bulb.
I will take that finish for Michigan all day every day!
Ohio state is pretty much gift wrapping Nicholson to scUM.
Not true in the slightest, but even if it was, we appreciate Meyer choosing not to pursue elite talent. Lulz, that Meyer.. So dumb.
This post was edited by TAMUWolverine 9 months ago
OSU must be even dumber than we thought iyam.
Meyer generously "gave" us Derrick Green, Mike McCray, Taco Charlton, Dymonte Thomas and many more.
I hope the bucknuts are prepared for those players to dominate for years to come.
McCray is going to be a very productive LB at Michigan. Derrick Green, Taco and Dymonte all have first round potential.
Keep 'em coming.
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Mitch Again 9 months ago
This one time, Ohio State didn't even want Charles Woodson or Desmond Howard. Too bad we settled for your crumbs
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