All-Star Updates

I had originally planned to include this information as part of a regular recruiting post, but there was just too much to fit it all in one place.

The rosters for the annual Big 33 All-Star game (Ohio v. Pennsylvania) have been announced. Your players of interest:

LB Dan Mason

WR/Ath Micah Hyde
RB Commit Fitzgerald Toussaint
OL Marcus Hall
CB Mike Edwards
CB/S Commit Justin Turner
S/LB Commit Isaiah Bell

The game will be played June 20th in Hershey, PA. Last year’s game had highlights (most notably of Michigan freshman Michael Shaw) available on the internet, so keep an eye out.

While we’re on the topic of All-stars, the first 10 players for the Army All-American Bowl in 2010 were announced at the combine, and they are:

Markeith Ambles of Henry County (McDonough, Ga.); Dillon Baxter of Mission Bay (San Diego); Robert Crisp of Chapel Hill (N.C.); Michael Dyer of Little Rock Christian; Jake Heaps of Skyline (Sammamish, Wash.); Malcolm Jones of Oaks Christian (Westlake, Calif.); Marcus Lattimore of Byrnes (Duncan, S.C.); Christian Lombard of Fremd (Palatine, Ill.); Chris Martin of Bishop O’Dowd (Oakland); and Lache Seastrunk of Temple (Texas).

Baxter is committed to USC, Lombard is committed to Notre Dame (has nobody shown him their track record for destroying the careers of talented offensive linemen over the past four years?). All of the other prospects are included on the recruiting board already, except Ambles, who has now been added as a wide receiver (slot). Ambles, Crisp, Dyer, Lattimore, and Seastrunk are probably going to be very serious Michigan targets. Jones may be a USC commit, though I believe that article is simply mistaken.

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4 Comments so far

  1. Eric says...

    I live in Seattle and Jake Heaps the kid from Skyline is the real deal. He is big, fast, and has a great arm.

  2. Tim says...

    Yeah, but all indications are he wants to play in a pro-stlye offense. I wouldn’t hold your breath on his coming here. I would guess Pac-10 or BYU.

  3. Griffin Fraley says...

    Is Seastrunk a real possibility? I was under the impression that it was between Texas, LSU and then nobody. Also, is there ANY chance of Henderson or Crisp? I thought they’d both be extreme longshots as well.

  4. Tim says...

    Seastrunk may be a pipe dream, but I’d be verrry surprised if Michigan didn’t at least put in a good effort. I think there’s little-to-no chance at Henderson, but Crisp may at least give the Wolverines a fighter’s chance.

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