For over a week Leilon Willingham has been considered a heavy Michigan lean, and probably even a silent commit. Now the last two days we've been hearing he'll sign with Colorado....so why is scout.com now listing him as a UCF commit?
Willingham, as far as I know, is still set to officially announce the decision tomorrow morning, but its certainly not looking good for Michigan.
In other news:
- Ohh yeah it turns out the best O lineman in the country was a Michigan commit for a few months, but signed with someone else today. No, not Cyrus Kouandjio, Jake Fisher of course! Chip Kelly had this to say of Fisher:
"If he's not the best OL in the country, I don't know what I'm talking about."
Fine Chip, I'll say it. You don't know what you're talking about. Fisher is a great prospect, but is nowhere near being the top guy in the nation just yet. He spent the majority of his high school years at TE!
- Anyone else frustrated about the lack of Big Ten power in the recruiting game? Only OSU and Nebraska cracked ESPN's top 25 classes. It'll be interesting to see how many make it next year with the supposed good year in the Midwest.
- I mentioned this earlier, but I'll say it again. Can anyone tell me how Clemson can land a class like this! I checked the Coaches Poll final rankings going back to 2002, and I'm pretty sure they haven't had a 10 win season; heck they were only 6-7 this year! Sammy Watkins is their third best WR in their class, nuff said...
- Interesting to hear Coach Hoke refer to Tamani Carter as a Safety in the press conference.