Visitors: Michigan vs. Michigan State

    Theo Johnson (#20, image via DawgNation)

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    Theo Johnson - TE - Windsor (Ontario) Holy Names: Johnson is a 6'6", 242 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, and Penn State, among others. He's a 4-star, the #3 tight end, and #95 overall. The crystal ball is 60% for Penn State and 40% undecided; it appears to me that if it's not Penn State, it will be Michigan. This is his last official visit before announcing his decision on November 18.

    James Pogorelc - OT - Chantilly (VA) Chantilly: Pogorelc is a 6'7", 270 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, North Carolina, Stanford, and Virginia, among others. He's a 3-star, the #31 offensive tackle, and #369 overall. Right now his crystal ball is 100% for Stanford.

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    Under Armour All-American Game Participants: Michigan

    Loganville (GA) Grayson OT Trente Jones

    The 2020 Under Armour All-American Game will be played in January of 2020.  The following participants have committed to or signed a Letter of Intent to play for Michigan:

    Blake Corum, RB - Baltimore, MD*
    Micah Mazzccua, OT - Baltimore, MD*
    Braiden McGregor, DE - Port Huron, MI*#
    Andre Seldon, Jr., CB - Belleville, MI*

    Zach Charbonnet, RB - Thousand Oaks, CA
    Quinten Johnson, S - Washington, DC
    Trente Jones, OT - Loganville, GA
    Nolan Rumler, OG - Akron, OH
    Mazi Smith, DT - East Kentwood, MI
    Anthony Solomon, LB - Fort Lauderdale, FL

    Mustapha Muhammad, TE - Missouri City, TX
    Myles Sims, CB - Atlanta, GA

    Jaylen Kelly-Powell, S - Detroit, MI
    Kwity Paye, DE - Warwick, RI
    Cesar Ruiz, C - Bradenton, FL
    Luiji Vilain, DE - Alexandria, VA

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    Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 11

    Brandon Peters

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    Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): UCLA had a bye.

    Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Mississippi State had a bye.

    Kekoa Crawford, WR (Cal): Crawford had 4 catches for 58 yards in a 33-20 win over Washington State.

    Ja'Raymond Hall, OT (CMU): Central Michigan had a bye.

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    All-Time Freshman Rushing Yardage Leaders

    Zach Charbonnet (image via Wolverines Wire)

    1. 1,455 yards (Mike Hart, 2004)
    2. 748 yards (Ricky Powers, 1990)
    3. 614 yards (Chris Evans, 2016)
    4. 573 yards (Jamie Morris, 1984)
    5. 559 yards (Zach Charbonnet, 2019)*
    6. 552 yards (Rick Leach, 1975)**
    7. 549 yards (Anthony Thomas, 1997)
    8. 548 yards (Tyrone Wheatley, 1991)
    9. 417 yards (Chris Perry, 2000)
    10. 351 yards (Denard Robinson, 2009)**

    *Season in progress

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    Highlights: Illinois 37, Michigan State 34

    One of the joys of being on one side of a rivalry is enjoying your opponent's misery. Michigan State was up 28-3 on Illinois, and the Fighting Illini came back to win, 37-34. It was the largest comeback in Illinois history at the expense of guys wearing jerseys designed by a blindfolded 3-year-old.

    Also, former Michigan QB Brandon Peters threw 3 touchdowns for the Illini.

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    Nightly Roundup: November 9, 2019

    Joshua Uche

    Offensive guard Ben Bredeson, safety Josh Metellus, and linebacker Joshua Uche have all committed to play in the Reese's Senior Bowl. That indicates that Uche - who could potentially have one year of eligibility remaining - is gone after this season, which makes sense. I don't think he has much more to prove in college.

    What do we think about Michigan's biggest rivals turning out to be cheaters yet again? Michigan State linebacker Joe Bachie was supposedly using PEDs, and Ohio State's best player is suspended for taking money he shouldn't have taken. I never would have expected that kind of activity from those schools . . .

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    Nightly Roundup: November 7, 2019

    Kwity Paye

    Orion Sang has a great piece on Kwity Paye (LINK).

    This post from The Athletic looks at what scouts said when evaluating Tom Brady in the draft (LINK). It's worth a look if you have a subscription.

    Here's an MGoBlue profile piece on Brad Hawkins (LINK).

    Nick Baumgardner looks at Michigan's run game (LINK).

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