Darian Roseboro, Top 50 Rivals Prospect, Decommits from Michigan

By D.J. Byrnes on September 30, 2014 at 9:26 am
Gotta love Hoke's "R U not entertained?" face.

While it's up for debate what he's done with it, Brady Hoke's never struggled to recruit high school talent to Michigan. (Although, Michigan's recruiting class rankings fell 26 spots (No. 5 to No. 31) from 2013 to 2014.)

Brady Hoke, at his core, is a defensive line coach, and even during the worst week of his tenure, is a guy who is still likable. So, it's of no surprise Hoke was able to pluck a prospect like Darian Roseboro, Rivals' No. 6 defensive tackle, out of North Carolina.

But the times are tumultuous in Ann Arbor, and although the true reasons are unknown, nobody can blame Darian Roseboro for hitting the escape button:

Chris Clark, a Michigan commit and 2015's No. 2 tight end, already said it'd "change everything" if Brady Hoke is fired. 

With the decommitment of Roseboro, Michigan's 2015 class is ranked No. 36 by Rivals, but that's likely due to its size. The commits Michigan does have look quite talented. 

I assume Urban Meyer and company already have their spatulas out.

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