Rivals: Ten uncommitted graduate transfers to watch

Rivals: Ten uncommitted graduate transfers to watch


April 5, 2018

No, there doesn’t appear to be any offensive tackle help on the way, but this Mike Farrell article does cover Wilton Speight and nine other guys (LINK).

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    Roanman
    Apr 06, 2018 at 7:34 AM

    Sometimes, i don’t see the utility in some specific exercise or workout. But I’m thinking that last one is incredibly useful.

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    Roanman
    Apr 06, 2018 at 7:43 AM

    Mike Farrel’s comment is interesting,

    “I was never a big Speight fan after a bad injury mid-way through his high school career, and was stunned when he was selected to the Under Armour All-America Game. I’m actually surprised he had as much success as he had at Michigan because I never felt he was a FBS starter, but he’s shown some talent and potential, and should help someone out.”

    I liked Speight a lot better than Farrel did coming out, but at this sitting, I don’t believe Wilton Speight can pass a physical. I also think that Harbaugh wrung about as much production out of the kid as he was capable of.

    • Thunder
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      Apr 06, 2018 at 8:13 AM

      I especially agree with your last sentence. When Speight had Darboh, Chesson, and Butt in 2016, I think that was the tip-top of production you were going to get out of him, aside from perhaps a better performance in the last couple games, post-shoulder injury. And even then it was questionable, because he was making bad decisions, not just bad throws.

      I watched the first episode of “All or Nothing” last night on Amazon, which included fall camp and the Florida game. And…yikes. That’s just not the ideal guy to be leading a Michigan offense. We should have better options, but Brady Hoke whiffed on his QB recruiting.

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