The numbers are opposite. 15 is most important, 1 is least important.
My guess in order until the end of July.
K'Vaughan Pope, L'Christian Smith, Jeremy Ruckert/Kamryn Babb (on FNL)
True, but he had several huge runs in those two games. I remember he had a big run vs Bama in the 2nd quarter that setup the Michael Thomas Evan Spencer TD to cut the lead 21-20 before halftime. He had a huge run against Oregon on 4th and 1 where he was stuffed running up the middle and bounced to the outside and barely got the 1st down.
I'm expecting a big season out of Texas. I think they have the talent and experience/returning players this year, and now have the coaching in Tom Herman. I've predicted a 10-2 Texas season this year and think they'll just edge out OSU for #2 by the end of the season.
He wasn't flagged for the hit. Led with the shoulder pad into the chest.
I love Kyle Snyder and what he did was amazing but I'll be shocked if it's anyone but Michael Phelps. Was out there in the pool at age 31 dominating a bunch of kids in their prime. 31 in swimming years is like being a 40 year old WR/DB in the NFL going up against the best.
I remember clearly during the Virginia Tech-OSU Game (2015, we were #1, first game of the year) and Herbstreit mentioning how fun and exciting it's going to be to see how we use Braxton and Curtis Samuel for the year, boy was that a hoot looking back on that comment.
Are we still leading for Tyrone Smoochie-Wallace??
I seen a CB for Trey Knox to Tennessee by Demetric Warren.. hope there isn't something going on.
You do realize we don't beat Bama and Oregon without Cardale's legs right?
ESPN continuing to be a joke, what's new.
I don't even remember him being talked about much, I don't think he was a realistic option. Hopefully we can get Nesta up here for a visit as I don't think we are a serious contender until he makes a visit, if he does.
He said he's not happy about it that he has to take away part of their summer but he will be using the full allotment of fall practices, just has to start earlier because no two a days and the opening game is 2 days earlier.
I think he has the frame to get bigger. Wouldn't surprise me to seen him hit 230-235lbs by his 2nd/3rd year and really be a bruising back with break away speed.
Michigan recruiting is solid but lets be honest, it's not on the level of Ohio State/Bama/FSU/Clemson or even LSU for that matter. They're getting there though, and this year is going to speak a lot about if they're truly back.. as these kids this year are a majority of Harbaugh's recruits and not Hoke's. As for their best win in the Harbaugh era... Florida in the bowl game? I'm not going to include the win over Penn State last year, as that was not the same Penn State team we saw at the end of the year. Back to back 10-3 seasons and finishing 3rd in the East is alright, but Harbaugh HAS to finish 2nd in the East at the very least this year.
No chance Urban entertains the idea of him coming here.
Wiltfong has him to OSU, that's the one CB that matters. Dobbs playing on a team full of OSU commits is a huge plus. A lot of time left but choosing to see OSU spring game over Michigans says a lot
Sounds like character issues as well. Nice talent but he doesn't seem like an OSU caliber guy. Good luck to him but I highly doubt his recruitment is over, he hasn't even been to Oklahoma.
With WR's you can essentially plug and play. It's a little be different for an offensive tackle, especially if you're also losing the other tackle. Plus with the expected mass exodus of players after this upcoming season, I'm sure Urban is going to want to keep any OL he can. We're already set to lose Jamarco Jones and Billy Price, I think Urban will try to hold onto Isaiah Prince, regardless of how good he does this season. If Pat Elflein didn't jump to the NFL after his junior year(there was talk on if he would or not), I don't see Prince doing the same. Just my opinion.
He just isn't a good defender, and can't match up with Draymond or any of Golden State's big 4. Lebron playing bad D gets a pass.. he had to guard the hardest to guard player in the league all series. Trading Love for PG would bring a big boost to the overall defense, by at least a several ppg. Cleveland was 9 points worse on defense this past year than they were the year before when they won it all.
I think coaches have a lot more say than people think. I don't mean controlling if a recruit can declare or not, but Urban can make strong points about Prince sticking for his senior year, getting another year of development, and possibly becoming a first round pick in the 2019 NFL draft. Not to mention he'll be really needed and a probable team captain. Plus when is the last Ohio State O-lineman to declare early for the NFL? They usually aren't 3 year guys.
WOW, can you predict the future or something?
I don't think he is. I doubt Meyer would let both of his tackles leave, knowing the kind of depth we have on the OL.
Kevin Love didn't really play that well in the Finals, especially on defense. Trading for a guy like PG instantly makes the team that much better defensively, and gives you a guy that can guard KD or anyone that he's asked to. Cavs would be a better team with PG instead of Kevin Love. People really forget just how good PG is... he was putting up 40 point games vs the Cavs in the playoffs and averaging almost a triple double, and in my opinion he's the 2nd best 2 way player in the league behind Kawhi.
I think that's a great thing for Cavs nation... Griffin is too trigger happy as a GM. For the past few years it seems we've had like 4-5 guys each year that joined the team midway through the season.