Another Big 10 School Offers Fuller

Devin Fuller profile

Iowa has jumped into the race for this talented prospect.  Iowa is the school choosen by LB Quinton Alston out of Timber Creek HS, NJ.  As of now Devin is open to all of his schools and has not narrowed down a list.  We will bring you more information as it comes.

2012 Prospect Profile: QB/CB Devin Fuller

Devin Fuller-QB/CB-6’0" 180
Old Tappan, NJ – Northern Valley Regional HS
4.6, 40 yard-dash

Interest: Oregon, Virginia Tech, Rutgers, Boston College, Miami and West Virginia

Star Gazers- 3*** Scout/(NR) Rivals

Offers: Boston College, Rutgers

Prep: (FR) 1206 passing yards and 10 touchdowns. 466 yards and 2 rushing touchdowns.

(SO) 862 passing yards and 6 touchdowns. 438 rushing yards and 5 rushing touchdowns. Defensively: 37 tackles and 3 interceptions. Also named All-County 3rd team as a DB and All-League 1st team as a DB (JR) 95/143  for 1844 yards, 20 touchdowns, 5 interceptions. Rushed 191 times for 2306 yards and 32 touchdowns. Total yardage for the year was 4,150 with 52 TDs

Intro: Devin is a player to watch out for in the 2012 class. He put up impressive numbers during his freshman and sophomore seasons. One can only imagine what kind of numbers he will be following up with the next two seasons. Devin holds a 2.7 GPA and hopes to major in Business Management. As a player he compares himself to Virginia Tech QB Tyrod Taylor. Besides academics he is looking for a school that has great football facilities and an exceptional coaching staff. His dream school is Oregon and says distance will not be a factor in deciding on what school to play football for. He does not plan on enrolling early. Devin comes from a family of former college football players. His father played for TCU and his Uncle played for Bethany College. Devin grew up watching and idolizing Former Redskin great Sean Taylor. After college Devin would like to pursue a career in the NFL and work on obtaining his Masters Degree. He credits his parents for being the most influential people in his life. According to him the reason he chose his parents is simply, “they have been there for me through alot of situations.” Devin is most looking forward to this upcoming season and is hoping to help his team win a State Championship and get All-State Honors. He feels he is a better fit for a spread offense and would like to improve his arm-strength and speed. When asked what he feels he brings to the college level he responded with, “Athleticism and a will to work.”

Analysis: Devin will be one-to-watch for the 2012 recruiting class. He has all the skills to be a lethal dual-threat QB with a good arm and great speed. He has the ability to place the ball in the “right spot” and do it consistently. His receivers rarely have to adjust their speed or routes to catch the ball. Devin has good vision and a naturally ability to feel and step away from pressure. What is equally impressive to his running ability is his ability to throw the ball while on the run. His throws in the short passing game are accurate. He has the speed and athleticism to gain considerable yardage on any given designed run play. Devin is going to grow to be a highly-touted QB recruit for the 2012 class.  Devin also has the skills to convert to a DB at the next level with his vast experience playing DB in high school.  As a two way star he will have no issues garnering offers.  The only issue will be which school he picks!

Devin Fuller Speaks With The Victors Voice

Old Tappan New Jersey quarterback Devin Fuller spoke with me a few nights ago.  He had plenty to say about a variety of topics to include; what he is looking for in a school, possible major, what position he wants to play and some thoughts on his recent offer from the Michigan Wolverines.

Harris picks up two more:

PA running back Drew Harris picked up two more verbal offers from Miami and Virginia Tech.  Drew has yet to announce a top five or even a top 10 for that matter as they are awaiting on more offers to come before even beginning to narrow down the list.

PA RB Drew Harris Picks Up West Virginia Offer

Drew Harris picked up an offer from West Virginia just a little while ago.  Michigan has shown some interest in Drew but haven't offered yet.  They did offer another PA RB Greg Garmon who is almost identical to Drew in height, weight and 40-yard dash time.  However, I believe Drew is a better RB than Garmon is.  Is Michigan going to offer young Harris soon?  We shall see....

NJ QB Brandon Napoleon Highlight Film

Brandon Napoleon Profile

On Michigans Radar

Visiting Michigan

Mark Dantonio Quote Provides Motivation In Michigan Weight Room

Click to read more about this motivational tool being used in Michigan's weight room

Extra College Credit for OSU Basketball Team

Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts: Running Backs

For part I of the Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts series click here: Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts: Quarterbacks 
Part II will cover the Michigan running backs.  The running-back position group is deep.  Not the deepest on the team but almost there.  Just because it is a deep position group doesn't mean there aren't any questions marks surrounding it going into the spring evaluation period.  In  Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts: Running Backs, I will be presenting some of the main questions surrounding the current backs Michigan has in its stable.

Show Your UM BBall Support By Filling Up Crisler Arena!

Michigan will face #12 Wisconsin on Wednesday night at Crisler Arena.  It is going to be fan appreciation night and tix will be 10.00! 

This is a huge game for the young-Wolverine basketball team.  If they can beat Wisconsin and Michigan St then we have a good shot at getting on the bubble for the NCAA Tournament! 


NJ QB Brandon Napoleon To Visit Michigan

New Jersey Quaterback Brandon Napoleon is set to come to Michigans Junior Day on March 26th.  Before visiting Michigan he will also visit Miami.  Brandon's 40-yard dash time has improved to a blazing 4.44.  His highlight tape should be up within the week so stay tuned! 

Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts: Quarterback

The spring football period for the Michigan Wolverines is only a matter of a few weeks away.  It feels like forever since the last time we have seen those beloved winged-helmets on the football field roughly less than 60 days ago.  Luckily the spring evaluation period is about to start and  Michigan's Spring Game is set for April 16th.  For Spring Game info click here: 2011 Spring Game 

The spring evaluation period is a big deal. Especially this year with the installation of a new offensive and defensive scheme every position is virtually open.  Before the spring evaluation period starts we will bring you a series of articles entitled, "Pre-Spring Ball Thoughts"  These articles will talk about each of the teams' position groups individually. Allowing you to know who will be battling for spots, how deep we really are at certain positions and estimations on who will be able to secure their spots going into summer practices.

Friday Night Lights Recruiting Update

PA RB Drew Harris was offered by the University of Pitt and Temple University today

Drew Harris profile

NJ QB Brandon Napoleon has been invited to Michigan's Junior Day and will be attending.  He will also be visiting Miami beforehand.  Brandon Napoleon Profile

2012 Michigan Prospect Profile: QB Brandon Napoleon

Brandon Napoleon – QB - 6'0” 175
Jersey City, NJ- St. Peters Prep
4.44, 40 yard-dash

Michigan is looking at St. Peters Prep (NJ) quarterback Brandon Napoleon.  Brandon has made quite a name for himself in a short time.  A mix of talent and a strong work ethic has led to some impressive stats on-the-field. 
We will have updates to Brandons profile including Junior year stats and offers very soon until then here is your chance to get to know Brandon Napleon.


Tisk...Tisk..Ohio State!

Why is it Ohio State cannot stay out of headlines for more than a few weeks at a time?  Over the last few years they have been involved in numerous illegal, immoral and unethical issues.  Here a story of yet another former Ohio State player that is facing some heavy jail-time.

Mattison and Borgess Make CFN Top 10 For Coordinators

Link here: College Football Network 2011 Preview-The Coordinators

In the article there is a Top 20 list of the new coordinators in the college world.  Two Michigan assistants made the Top 10 of the list.