2020 Recruiting Capsule: Detroit Martin Luther King WR Rashawn Williams

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12Jan 2019
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2020 Recruiting Capsule: Detroit Martin Luther King WR Rashawn Williams

Detroit (MI) King WR Rashawn Williams (image via Hudl)

Name: Rashawn Williams
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 185 lbs.
High school: Detroit (MI) King
Position: Wide receiver
Class: 2020
Offers: Boston College, Bowling Green, Central Michigan, Cincinnati, Indiana, Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, Kentucky, LSU, Maryland, Michigan, Michigan State, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio State, Old Dominion, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Syracuse, Temple, Toledo, Washington State, West Virginia, Western Michigan
Commitment: Uncommitted

Notes: Claims a 4.54 forty and a 32.4″ vertical . . . 247 Composite 4-star, #29 WR, #3 in-state, #156 overall as of 1/12/19

Stats: N/A

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12Jan 2019
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Morning Roundup: January 12, 2019

James T. Yoder (image via Twitter)

The Michigan Athletic Department officially denounced James T. Yoder, a.k.a. Ace Williams (LINK).

Rich Rodriguez and former Michigan offensive coordinator Calvin Magee are reuniting at Ole Miss (LINK).

And here’s another article, this one from the Clarion Ledger, about how Rodriguez sees his spread scheme playing out at Ole Miss with QB Matt Corral and others (LINK).

Michael Rosenberg wrote a Sports Illustrated piece on Todd Marinovich, the famous quarterback who went down a bad path and ruined his career (LINK).

11Jan 2019
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Anthony Campanile, Wolverine

Anthony Campanile (image via NJ.com)

Boston College co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Anthony Campanile has been hired to Michigan’s staff. He ostensibly replaces linebackers coach Al Washington, who went to Ohio State, though it’s not clear what exact position group Campanile will coach in Ann Arbor.

Hit the jump for more on Campanile.

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10Jan 2019
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Nightly Roundup: January 10, 2019

Kliff Kingsbury (image via USA Today)

MLive’s article about Michigan targeting Boston College co-defensive coordinator Anthony Campanile (LINK).

Class of 2020 recruit Myles Hinton, the brother of Chris, committed to Stanford (LINK).

Maybe Alabama QB Jalen Hurts is headed to Miami (LINK). Hopefully he stays away from Columbus.

Michigan State restructured its football coaching staff (LINK). It seems to be the epitome of “rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.”

Rodger Sherman from The Ringer talks about Kliff Kingsbury’s hire in Arizona (LINK).

Robert Mays says the Rams need only one personnel grouping to win (LINK). Hint: It’s not Michigan’s 23 personnel.

10Jan 2019
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Josh Gattis, Wolverine

Josh Gattis (image via 247 Sports)

Michigan announced on Thursday afternoon that Alabama co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Josh Gattis has been named the offensive coordinator. Earlier in the day, he was reported to be headed to Maryland for their OC job. Alabama quarterbacks coach Dan Enos is reportedly being elevated to offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide.

This is a weird development, because the last we heard, Pep Hamilton (QB coach) and Ed Warinner (OL coach) were both planning to stay on Michigan’s staff, and Harbaugh was supposedly keeping offensive analyst Ben McDaniel on as wide receivers coach. Into town blows Gattis, who would seemingly make McDaniel superfluous, along with usurping some supposed responsibilities from Hamilton and Warinner. On top of all that, it was reported prior to Michigan’s announcement that Gattis was headed to Maryland. Which one of those guys is on his way out of town? I’m sure we’ll find out shortly.

I can’t help thinking this is a positive development for Michigan, because Gattis (34 years old) is a young coach, a very good recruiter, and someone who’s not averse to tempo. He also has a great track record of developing wide receivers, including All-Americans Jerry Jeudy (Alabama), Jordan Matthews (Vanderbilt), and Jordan White (Western Michigan), plus All-Big Ten guys Daesean Hamilton and Chris Godwin (Penn State). Basically, the worst he has done is coach Hamilton and Godwin at PSU, two guys who are in the midst of carving out solid NFL careers with the Broncos and Buccaneers, respectively.

Here’s what the staff looks like now:

HC: Jim Harbaugh
OC/WR: Jim McElwain Ben McDaniel Josh Gattis
QB: Pep Hamilton?
TE: Sherrone Moore
OL: Ed Warinner?
RB: Jay Harbaugh
DL: Greg Mattison
DC/LB: Don Brown
Viper/OLB: Al Washington
CB: Mike Zordich
S: Chris Partridge