Recruiting News 12/22/10

Justice Hayes: Twitter

“Got some commits but I can’t say anything though! I’m sorry fans lol. Ayy but just know that michigan football will be back! #GoBlue”

The above was tweeted out by Justice Hayes the other day. Of course he didn’t let out the names but our best guess is since Justice is from Michigan that he’s speaking of other In-State targets Rawls and Raymon Taylor. Guess time will tell if he’s serious and if we at wolverineseast are correct.

With the pickup of Blake Countess Michigan’s recruitment of the Secondary has been tremendous, with the depth of the Secondary this season, this news should be music to Wolverine fans. And yes I know your questions, why don’t they offer a freaking DT? While the rumors of Michigan dropping out of the Darian Cooper sweepstakes have been greatly exaggerated (he still has Michigan on his list), I do agree that they need to add a DT to the class to make it complete. But as Sam Webb always says, you have to wait till the end to judge the job they do because a lot can happen.

Okay I mentioned this news before but so many fans are lusting over a kicker for good reason that I wanted to say it again. It seems like a definite that he’s (Connor Loftus) will be coming for a visit. So far he has offers from Michigan, Air Force, Brown, Cornell, Harvard, Navy, NC, NC St and Penn. Yes this kid is smart. I left off Boise because they already have K commit. I’ll leave you with Connor’s comments on his Michigan offer.

“They want me to come up for a visit and check it out,” Loftus said. “They didn’t put any pressure on me to commit. They want me to check out the campus and see what it’s like up at Michigan and get the whole feel for what it’s like.”

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