2006 Offer Board

2006 Offer Board

July 7, 2011

David Cone – Statesboro, GA (Michigan)
Mitch Mustain – Sprindale, AR (Arkansas)
Neil Caudle – Hoover, AL (Auburn)
Tim Tebow – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL (Florida)
Matthew Stafford – Dallas, TX (Georgia)
Pat Devlin – Exton, PA (Penn State)
Dexter Davidson – Coconut Creek, FL (Pittsburgh)
Nick Stephens – Flower Mound, TX (Tennessee)
Taylor Potts – Abilene, TX (Texas Tech)

Carlos Brown – Franklin, GA (Michigan)
Brandon Minor – Richmond, VA (Michigan)
Cameron Smith – Snellville, GA
Knowshon Moreno – Middletown, NJ (Georgia)
Aaron Gant – Orchard Lake, MI (Ohio State)
Chris Wells – Akron, OH (Ohio State)

Greg Mathews – Orlando, FL (Michigan)
Damian Williams – Springdale, AR (Arkansas)
Chris Slaughter – Fort Valley, GA (Auburn)
Percy Harvin – Virginia Beach, VA (Florida)
Tony Wilson – Daytona Beach, FL (Georgia)
Derrell Johnson – Youngstown, OH (Iowa)
Robby Parris – Cleveland, OH (Notre Dame)
Chris Bell – Norfolk, VA (Penn State)
David Ausberry – Lemoore, CA (USC)

Dedrick Epps – Richmond, VA (Miami)
Will Yeatman – San Diego, CA (Notre Dame)
Jake Ballard – Springboro, OH (Ohio State)
Andrew Quarless – Uniondale, NY (Penn State)
Nate Byham – Polk, PA (Pittsburgh)
Dorin Dickerson – Imperial, PA (Pittsburgh)

Perry Dorrestein – Plainfield, IL (Michigan)
Stephen Schilling – Bellevue, WA (Michigan)
Alex Stadler – Bealeton, VA (Alabama)
Jim Barrie – Tampa, FL (Florida)
Marcus Gilbert – Fort Lauderdale, FL (Florida)
Daron Rose – Tampa, FL (Florida State)
Bartley Webb – Springdale, AR (Notre Dame)
Connor Smith – Cincinnati, OH (Ohio State)
Sam Young – Fort Lauderdale, FL (USC)

Justin Boren – Pickerington, OH (Michigan)
Justin Anderson – Ocilla, GA (Georgia)
Joe Thomas – Parma, OH (Pittsburgh)


Greg Banks – Denver, CO (Michigan)
Brandon Graham – Detroit, MI (Michigan)
Adam Patterson – Columbia, SC (Michigan)
Quintin Woods – Flint, MI (Michigan)
John Paul – Immokalee, FL
Micah Johnson – Fort Campbell, KY (Kentucky)
McKenzie Matthews – Syracuse, NY (Pittsburgh)
Jason Adjepong – Carteret, NJ (Virginia Tech)

John Ferrara – Staten Island, NY (Michigan)
Jason Kates – Harrisburg, PA (Michigan)
Marques Slocum – New Berlin, NY (Michigan)
Corey Peters – Louisville, KY (Kentucky)
Dexter Larimore – Merrillville, IN (Ohio State)
Jason Pinkston – Pittsburgh, PA (Pittsburgh)
Butch Lewis – Aurora, CO (USC)
Neil A’asa – Big Rapids, MI (Utah)

Obi Ezeh – Grand Rapids, MI (Michigan)
Cobrani Mixon – Cincinnati, OH (Michigan)
Jonas Mouton – Venice, CA (Michigan)
Quintin Patilla – Flint, MI (Michigan)
Akeem Hebron – Gaithersburg, MD (Georgia)
Toryan Smith – Rome, GA (Notre Dame)
Thaddeus Gibson – Euclid, OH (Ohio State)
Michael Morgan – Dallas, TX (USC)
Joshua Tatum – Oakland, CA (USC)

Jai Eugene – Destrehan, LA (LSU)
Ken Tinney – New Berlin, NY (Michigan State)
Darrin Walls – Pittsburgh, PA (Notre Dame)

Steve Brown – Columbus, IN (Michigan)
Jamar Hornsby – Jacksonville, FL (Florida)
Myron Rolle – Princeton, NJ (Florida State)
Asher Allen – Tucker, GA (Georgia)
Reshad Jones – Atlanta, GA (Georgia)
Taylor Mays – Seattle, WA (USC)
Antwine Perez – Camden, NJ (USC)
Franchot Allen – New Berlin, NY (West Virginia)

Bryan Wright – Salem, OH (Michigan)


  1. Comments: 21388
    Rob Pollard
    Jul 07, 2011 at 8:34 PM

    Uggh. Not a strong group – one star, a handful of good/decent players and that's it. At least this is better than the 2005 debacle (though i thought "F lion" Slocum was part of that class, not this one).

    Do you mind if I just stare at Brandon Graham and have the rest of list kind of a fade away after a minute?

  2. Comments: 21388
    Jul 07, 2011 at 10:58 PM

    Those were simpler times…

  3. Comments: 21388
    Jul 08, 2011 at 12:19 AM

    @ Rob Pollard 4:34 p.m.

    Yeah, it wasn't a very good class. I like Schilling, Mouton, Minor, etc….but they came in with a bang and went out with a whimper. I had high hopes for them when they arrived. Stupidity and injuries really derailed them as a group.

  4. Comments: 21388
    Jul 08, 2011 at 12:36 AM

    It seems like such a small offer list. Especially the offensive linemen.

  5. Comments: 21388
    Jul 08, 2011 at 12:39 AM

    @ severs28 8:36 p.m.

    It's only the information I could gather. I can't guarantee that it's a full list (in fact, I would bet that there are several names missing).

  6. Comments: 21388
    Blue in South Bend
    Jul 08, 2011 at 1:32 AM

    I can't wait until we get to the 1882 Offer Board, which includes the epic recruitment of Horace Prettyman. Legend has it that he was offered the first ever "full ride," which consisted of twelve pence per semester plus all the moustache wax he desired:

  7. Comments: 21388
    Jul 08, 2011 at 4:52 PM

    Wow. Look at the DB's. One arrived and contributed?!

  8. Comments: 21388
    Jul 08, 2011 at 11:37 PM

    Not a great group, some evidence recruiting was slipping in Lloyd's later years?

    Such a shame B Minor was beset by injuries. I think '09 would have been different had he been healthy. Might have won 1-2 more games at least. IMO he was our best back, when healthy.

  9. Comments: 21388
    Jul 11, 2011 at 2:52 AM

    Here a few more names stick out as real top level talent, but again, would be interesting to hear Magnus' (or someone else's) take on the quality of the guys we were offering overall per position.

    Maybe see where our talent evaluation was adequate and where it left something to be desired.

  10. Comments: 21388
    Jul 11, 2011 at 11:17 AM

    @ Anonymous 10:52 p.m.

    It's in the works.

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