Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Quick Updates

New offers are going out, and it looks like there's still a 2011 prospect available.

- Chris Pool has tweeted that Graham Glasgow, a 2011 offensive tackle will visit Michigan this weekend, after taking a trip to see the Buckeyes last weekend. Minnesota is also in play.

Michigan has room in the 2011 class for him, and with Jake Fisher at Oregon, Brady Hoke would be happy to take another OT in the class. Should have more on this later in the week.

- Michigan State has now offered both RJS and Terry Richardson; for all the talk of locking down the state of Michigan, I'd sure like to see these two gets offers soon. Whilst there's a year until signing day, recruits do care about who offers them first, as it shows that the school really wants you. The longer Hoke waits, the harder it will be; especially for Richardson, who now has MSU and Alabama offers.

- Defensive End Ifeadi Odenigbo (Centerville, OH) has picked up a Michigan offer, although he's a possible Buckeye lean according to TomVH, so watch out if the Buckeyes offer.


  1. Former Michigan OL and All American Kurt Becker is Glasgow's line coach. I Sam sure that is why Michigan is getting a visit. He is a four star guy with a huge body and a huge upside. He is a basketball player turned offensive lineman. He just started playing football two years ago. It would be nice to get this kid and coach him up.

  2. Umm, Glasgow is not a four star guy, at least in football, and at least by the actual professional scout ratings. Are you looking at the "user ratings" for this guy? ESPN and Rivals both have him as ungraded/no stars.