Thursday, 14 April 2011

Ron Thompson Update

Instate TE Ryon Thompson has been reall high on Michigan for a long time, and a commitment was expected in early April, but now it looks like he'll wait a bit longer before pulling the trigger.

Unfortunately for Ron, his high school coaches were recently fired, and this has caused Ron to transfer to Southfield (Mich.) High. He's clearly got a lot going on right now, so its understandable that he might want to put recruiting on hold for a while.

Thompson has been impressive at camps and combines over the last few months, and has earned a four star ranking from both Scout.com and 247Sports. His offer list is sure to expand over the next month or so, but you shouldn't be too worried about that, Michigan is still the clear leader.

Reminder: I've held off on Kaleb Ringer's commitment post because technically its not official yet. He's announcing his decision at 6PM tomorrow, so look out for it then!

8 comments:

  1. conway's been real quiet. i kno he is going to JUCO and then try to reenroll. i loved his size and hands so hopefully he can get an offer from hoke

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  2. yea, he's the next Braylon Edwards

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  3. If anybody can't make it to the spring game tomorrow it'll be on the big ten network at 12pm on saturday. If you can make it up to the spring game gates open at 9:30 and the alumni flag football game begins at 10am which you can watch. Also locker room tours will be open 5-7:30pm on friday and 7-9:30am on saturday. If you are going to any of the events let me know and maybe we can see each other I think it'd be cool

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  4. Happy Friday Benjimichigan, what are the chances of Michigan landing Andrus Peat or John Theus?

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  5. Happy Friday to you too, but I'm afraid the chances don't look great with either of those prospects...

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  6. it is funny because I have an uncle that is named Ron Thompson as well and I always makes jokes and kid him a lot and he does not like it much LOL



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