With signing day fast approaching, most of the content in this space over the next week will be related to the class of ’08 (and then, of course, obsession with the class of ’09 begins). With the commitment of J.T. Floyd, Michigan has only a few prospects remaining.
QBs (Chengelis overview)
Terrelle Pryor will decide on Signing Day between Michigan and OSU, or sometime thereafter with Oregon thrown into the mix.
B.J. Daniels and Justin Feagin are both in town on official visits this weekend. They are considered less highly-touted prospects than Pryor. The two are considered backup plans, though it is likely that Rodriguez would like to take two QBs in the class if he can, regardless of how uber any of the prospects may be.
Terrance Robinson, to whom I shall henceforth refer as “Skinny Black Sam McGuffie,” is a high school QB that Michigan hopes (at this point expects?) to land as a slot WR.
Michael Shaw, a currently-decommitted Nittany Lion, is expected to pick between Michigan and Penn State, who wants him as a running back.
T.J. Lawrence out of Florida is a possibility here as well, but it is not expected that he turns Blue.
Martavious Odoms is another slot possibility.
Patrick Omameh has a pending decision between Michigan, Michigan State, and Cincinnati. He is a sleeper OT prospect.
Detroit’s own Nick Perry will pick on signing day between Michigan, Michigan State, Southern Cal, and Miami of Florida. At King’s banquet last night, Rich Rodriguez was in attendance, along with the head coaches of Michigan State and Miami of Florida.
Non-recruiting etc.: You may remember the story of Elliott Mealer being injured in an auto accident. Mealer’s brother, Brock, has been rehabbing at UM Hospital. He was originally listed in critical condition, and never expected to walk again. He has made great progress, and we wish all the best to him in the future.
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