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13Apr 2019
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Nightly Roundup: April 13, 2019

Aaron McMann shares some spring game observations (LINK).

247 Sports posted some highlights of Michigan’s “spring game” (LINK).

Aidan Hutchinson says he felt betrayed by the departure of Greg Mattison (LINK).

Cody Stavenhagen talks about Michigan’s offense (LINK).

Nicole Auerback wrote an awesome piece for The Athletic on a burn victim who’s playing college football (LINK).

12Apr 2019
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2019 Spring Game Visitors

Gilbert (AZ) Williams Field OT Noah Nelson (image via Rivals)


Luke Akers – K – Brentwood (TN) Ravenwood: Akers is a 6’1″, 170 lb. prospect with no scholarship offers, but Michigan offered him a preferred walk-on spot.

Darden Davis – S – Macomb (MI) Dakota: Davis is a 6’3″, 200-pounder with no offers at the moment.

Colby Dempsey – CB – Fort Lauderdale (FL) St. Thomas Aquinas: Dempsey is a 5’11”, 170 lb. prospect with offers from Kentucky, Michigan, and Missouri, among others.

Anthony Enechukwu – WR – Orchard Lake (MI) St. Mary’s: Enechukwu is a 6’3″, 190 lb. prospect with offers from Air Force and a bunch of MAC schools. He’s a 247 Sports 3-star, the #130 wide receiver, and #1522 overall.

Christian Fitzpatrick – WR – Waterford (MI) Mott: Fitzpatrick is a 6’4″, 200 lb. prospect with offers from Boston College, FAU, Illinois, and some MAC programs. He’s a 3-star, the #121 wide receiver, and #704 overall.

Cal Haladay – LB – Catawissa (PA) Southern Columbia: Haladay is a 6’0″, 197-pounder with offers from Michigan, Nebraska, and UMass.

Kenny Mestidor – DE – Oakdale (CT) St. Thomas More: Mestidor is a 6’3″, 240 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, UCLA, and USC, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #17 weakside end, and #500 overall. Mestidor transferred from Ontario, Canada. This is an official visit.

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11Apr 2019
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Nightly Roundup: April 11, 2019

Rashan Gary

Mike Farrell talks about some potential first-rounders who could end up being busts, and our very own Rashan Gary is on the list (LINK).

Tyrone Wheatley spoke up about what Michigan needs to do to get over the hump and win a national championship (LINK).

Who’s going to win the kicking competition (LINK)?