Hitting the Links Is Right On Time
Also, a smaller headline: the Big 33 happened this weekend, and one nugget that came out of that was Michigan signee Khaleke Hudson talking about how he liked his chances to play this year as a freshman safety this year. Hudson has gone under the radar since he committed in the days leading up to National Signing Day, but he has two traits that will help him a lot: a durable, punishing frame and lightning-quick footwork. The fight for the back-up safety positions will be interesting, and Hudson could definitely emerge as someone we are talking about in a year's time.
Ah, to be Harbaugh.
Smart. Bold. I liked this list.
The Warren G. Harding Football Elite Camp gets profiled here.
This will also help them land five-star receiver Tyjon Lindsey, who's extremely close to Tate, and is setting up Ohio State for a very interesting quarterback competition once J.T. Barrett skips town.
All right, this might be big. Chris Ash might know what he's doing a little better than I thought he did.
Adding Williams was very fortuitous for Dantonio, who went the transfer route again this week to add a back-up tight end. Dantonio also spoke about wanting to see a unified voice from the Big Ten regarding satellite camps, and then attended a few himself.
This was a very interesting piece by Ian Boyd, on a very interest talent in Chad Kelly. Also, this works as a shout-out to any RCR people reading.
Should I talk about how Kevin Wilson (20-41) could end up on here? No? Okay, moving on, then.
Michigan comes in 8th, with Ohio State an honorable mention.