Thursday, 24 March 2011


With around 30 prospects due on campus this weekend for Michigan's junior day, and with OT Ben Braden set to decide very soon, it looks like Michigan should finally secure that first commitment for the class of 2012.

Braden is set to choose between UM, MSU, Wisconsin and Syracuse, although he has yet to visit the Orangemen, so one would assume they are out of the running. Michigan should have a pretty good chance here.

Michigan recruiting guru/GBW editor/DetNews columnist Sam Webb said on his radio show that Michigan will probably get their first commitment today, and he's rarely wrong with his 'gut feelings'. Might be Braden, we'll just wait and see. Get on commitment watch folks!

In other news:

- Ohio State RB commit Brionte Dunn will be visiting Michigan sometime this spring (not sure when yet), which is great news for the Wolverines.

- Also check out Sam Webb's article on Sheldon Day, a pretty good DT from the Midwest. He likes UM and MSU.


  1. Wormley, Diamond, Ross, O'Brien, Jenkins-Stone and Day would be big.

  2. Zeke Pike please!! Too bad it wont be him,that would have been a great way to start off the class!!

  3. We don't even need a QB this year, just wait till '13 and lets get Shane Morris and we are set.

  4. We(the michigan faitful) are hoping for our first and Texas A&M go their 17th today. I dont get it at all. they already have 17 and we cant even get one from inside our own state, when the grew up a wolverine fan. I hope there is going to be flood of commitments as soon as the season starts and we are winning games.

  5. If you have the chance to get a qb like Pike you take it,besides we do need qb with Tate leaving unless your fine Bellomy being the main back-up in 2 years.