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7Dec 2019
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Visitors: December 6-8, 2019

Darion Green-Warren


Darion Green-Warren – CB – Harbor City (CA) Narbonne: Green-Warren is a 6’0″, 187 lb. prospect with offers from Michigan, Nebraska, Penn State, and USC, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #13 cornerback, and #209 overall. Crystal balls are 88% for USC, but he says he’s not set on staying in-state. He was originally slated to be in town for last week’s game against OSU, but the date was supposedly changed so he could have a more in-depth visit without as much hoopla and as many recruits. Michigan needs to put the full court press on him in an attempt to secure his services, since the depth at cornerback is thin. This is an official visit.

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6Dec 2019
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2019 PFF All-Big Ten Team

Brad Hawkins

Pro Football Focus named their All-Big Ten team (LINK), and while I won’t go about posting every all-conference team, I wanted to make note of this first teamer:

[Brad] Hawkins was one of the most balanced defenders in the BigTen, with grades hovering around 80.0 in run defense (80.6), tackling (83.9) and coverage (80.3),” they wrote. The longest catch he allowed on the season went for only 25 yards, and it was the only catch of 20-plus yards he allowed all year.”

Hawkins was the culprit on K.J. Hamler’s long touchdown against Penn State. Some people – including former Michigan defensive backs – were going off on Twitter, blaming Don Brown for putting Josh Metellus on Hamler one-on-one.

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6Dec 2019
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Review of 2008 Recruiting: Defensive Tackle

Mike Martin (image via


  • Will Johnson (RS Sr.)
  • Terrance Taylor (Sr.)
  • Jason Kates (RS So.)
  • Renaldo Sagesse (So.)


Mike Martin
High school: Novi (MI) Catholic Central
Ratings: 4-star, #14 DT, #213 overall
School: Michigan
Other notable offers: Michigan State, Notre Dame, Penn State
Scoop: Martin was an immediate-impact guy in Ann Arbor. He made 20 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks as a true freshman. He was consistently good and highly productive for the Wolverines, totaling 172 tackles, 25 tackles for loss, and 10 sacks through 2011. He was a 3rd round pick (#82 overall) of the Tennessee Titans in 2012, but his career slowly faded. His best year was his rookie season (22 tackles, 3 sacks), he barely played in 2015, and he ended up signed with the Eagles in 2016 but didn’t play during the regular season.

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