The 2014 recruiting cycle is in full effect, and you can tell that teams are still trying to make and impact on players prior to signing day in February. One of those teams is the Michigan Wolverines. They seem to be making an impact on a lot of these class members, especially in the last week or so. Gaining commitments from Freddy Canteen, Brandon Watson, and now, OLB Noah Furbush. Continue reading “Quick Analysis Series: Noah Furbush”
Before the hysteria of Jabrill Peppers, Paramus Catholic’s football program had a commit to the University of Michigan in the form of OT Juwann Bushell-Beatty. Bushell-Beatty is an interesting prospect from my perspective. He doesn’t get as much national coverage as you would think, considering he stands 6′-7 and weighs 330 pounds. I think Bushell-Beatty fits in nicely with the Wolverines, and can take over either as a RT or a LT when he gets to campus. Continue reading “Quick Analysis Series: Juwann Bushell-Beatty”
On May 26th, 2013 Jabrill Peppers became yet another addition to the 2014 class for the Wolverines. Now imagine him paired up with one of the newest players on Michigan’s recruiting radar, Adoree Jackson. Jackson is one of the best DB prospects in this class and if he can pair up with arguably the best player in the class, buckle up.
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Maurice Ways committed to Michigan on April 25, 2013 adding a nice piece to the class that is already loaded. The commitment adds a good sized wide out for the Wolverines, and possibly a new favorite toy for either Shane Morris or Wilton Speight. Ways stands at a tall 6′-4 and weighs just a few pounds north of 190. Continue reading “Quick Analysis Series: Maurice Ways”
Long Beach, California standout Athlete John “JuJu” Smith is the number 7 ranked ATH according to ESPN. He is listed as 6′-1, 185 pounds, and that would mean he would bring in a physical presence that could turn out to be a player similar to the Seattle Seahawks DB Brandon Browner, just a few inches smaller. Continue reading “Quick Analysis Series: JuJu Smith”
KJ Williams is a prospect who I like. Good size, good ability to play the ball, and has the ability to catch almost any ball thrown his way. Listed as 6’2, he seems like a player who will get better with age, not so much right away. Continue reading “Quick Analysis Series: KJ Williams”