Recruiting Snapshot: Indiana

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21Feb 2017
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Recruiting Snapshot: Indiana

Juwan Burgess (image via Bulldawg Illustrated)

2017 Team Ranking: #64. Indiana signed twenty-two 3-stars and one 2-star.

Cream of the 2017 Crop: The highest ranked prospect is 6’1″, 185 lb. safety Juwan Burgess from Tampa (FL) Plant. He’s a 3-star, the #26 athlete, and #421 overall. A high school quarterback, wide receiver, safety, and returner, he’s expected to play free safety. He has a pretty impressive highlights film:

Another noteworthy player is the one guy who earned a Michigan offer, and that’s Janesville (WI) Parker defensive tackle Juan Harris (3-star, #62 DT, #875 overall). Harris is an early enrollee after a roundabout recruitment when he committed to Iowa multiple times (I lost track after three, but I think it was four).

Hit the jump for a look at the 2018 recruiting class.

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20Feb 2017
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2019 Recruiting Update: February 20, 2017

Louisville (TN) Trinity DE Stephen Herron, Jr. (image via Twitter)


Colleyville (TX) Heritage wide receiver Kam Brown was offered by Michigan. The 6’0″, 165-pounder has offers from Alabama, Baylor, Florida State, Miami, Oregon, Penn State, TCU, Texas, and Texas A&M, among others. He’s the son of former Dallas Cowboys cornerback (and Super Bowl MVP) Larry Brown, who played his college ball at TCU. As a sophomore in 2016, he caught 46 passes for 758 yards and 12 touchdowns.

Hit the jump for a few more 2019 offers.

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19Feb 2017
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Ex-Wolverines: Class of 2005

Marques Slocum (image via Scout)


Jason Forcier – Quarterback – San Diego (CA) St.Augustine
Forcier, the older brother of Tate (Class of 2009), arrived in the fall of 2005 as a bit of a departure from the standard mold of Michigan quarterbacks; he was more mobile and elusive than the standard 6’4″ to 6’6″, 220 lb. passer that seemed to gravitate toward Ann Arbor.  He redshirted in his first season on campus and was a backup quarterback on the 2006 team; he completed 3-of-3 passes for 30 yards.  With the arrival of highly touted freshman Ryan Mallett and still more competition in Steve Threet, Forcier transferred to Stanford and sat out the 2007 season due to transfer rules.  As a redshirt junior at Stanford in 2008, Forcier went 5-for-13 for 62 yards and 1 interception.  He tried to return to the University of Michigan in 2009 as a grad student and play for the Wolverines, where younger brother Tate Forcier was a freshman QB, but his attempts were unsuccessful.
Current status: Out of football

Hit the jump for several more former Wolverines.

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18Feb 2017
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MLive: Harbaugh fires back at “Pete Finebaum”

Jim Harbaugh shot back at Paul Finebaum on Twitter, and it was kind of awesome (LINK). The funny thing, of course, is that Michigan didn’t hire the guy that Finebaum was up in arms about, and that guy (Michael Johnson, Sr.) is taking a job at Oregon instead.

So far there’s been no national outrage about Oregon’s hiring practices.

Hit the jump for some beautiful ladies.

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