Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Tom Brady

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14Sep 2011
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Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Tom Brady

Tom Brady, before he had sexy hair.

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady had a decent game on Monday night.  He finished the victory against the Miami Dolphins with 517 yards on 32-for-48 (66.7%) passing.  He tossed 4 touchdowns and 1 interception.  One of those touchdown passes was a 99-yard pass to Wes Welker.  The Patriots won by a score of 38-24.
Honorable mention: Brady’s opponent in that game was Chad Henne, who had an excellent game as well.  Henne completed 30 out of 49 (61.2%) passes for 416 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception.  He also ran 7 times for 59 yards (8.4 yards per carry) and 1 touchdown.
14Jul 2011
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2004 Offer Board

74 total offers

QUARTERBACK (3)
Chad Henne – West Lawn, PA (Michigan)
Blake Barnes – Baldwyn, MS (Georgia)
Rhett Bomar – Grand Prairie, TX (Oklahoma)

RUNNING BACK (11)
Roger Allison – Lake Orion, MI (Michigan)
Mike Hart – Syracuse, NY (Michigan)
Max Martin – Madison, AL (Michigan)
Greg Coleman – Iowa City, IA (Iowa State)
Derron Thomas – Reserve, LA (Miami)
Bobby Washington – Miami, FL (Miami)
Tony Temple – Kansas City, MO (Missouri)
Erik Haw – Columbus, OH (Ohio State)
Ja’Kouri Williams – Plaquemine, LA (Tennessee)
George Bell – Fayetteville, NC (Virginia Tech)
Purnell Sturdivant – Norfolk, VA (Virginia Tech)

WIDE RECEIVER (11)
Adrian Arrington – Cedar Rapids, IA (Michigan)
Keston Cheatham – Pomona, CA (Michigan)
Doug Dutch – Washington, DC (Michigan)
Morgan Trent – Orchard Lake, MI (Michigan)
Lonnell Dewalt – Bowling Green, KY (Kentucky)
Ted Ginn, Jr. – Cleveland, OH (Ohio State)
Cameron Colvin – Concord, CA (Oregon)
Jaison Williams – Culver City, CA (Oregon)
Desmond Tardy – Indianapolis, IN (Purdue)
Chris Ogbonnaya – Houston, TX (Texas)
Ryan Graves – Venice, CA (UCLA)

TIGHT END (4)
Mike Massey – Cleveland, OH (Michigan)
Kellen Freeman-Davis – Adrian, MI (Michigan State)
Dale Thompson – Corona, CA (USC)
Brad Allen – Venice, FL (Vanderbilt)

OFFENSIVE TACKLE (6)
Micah Jones – Mayfield, KY (Kentucky)
Kellen Heard – Wharton, TX (Miami)
Kyle Mitchum – Erie, PA (Ohio State)
Steve Rehring – West Chester, OH (Ohio State)
Gerald Cadogan – Portsmouth, OH (Penn State)
Chilo Rachal – Compton, CA (USC)

OFFENSIVE GUARD (8)
Jeremy Ciulla – Kennesaw, GA (Michigan)
Grant DeBenedictis – Boca Raton, FL (Michigan)
Brett Gallimore – Riverside, MO (Michigan)
Alex Mitchell – Bay City, MI (Michigan)
Dumaka Atkins – Sarasota, FL (Florida State)
Greg Harrison – Shenandoah, PA (Penn State)
Josh Winchell – Southaven, MS (South Carolina)
Thomas Herring – Los Angeles, CA (USC)

CENTER (0)

DEFENSIVE END (8)
Eugene Germany – Pomona, CA (Michigan)
Tim Jamison – Harvey, IL (Michigan)
Charles Alexander – Breaux Bridge, LA (LSU)
Calais Campbell – Denver, CO (Miami)
Dion Gales – LaPlace, LA (Mississippi)
Vernon Gholston – Detroit, MI (Ohio State)
Ryan Baker – Indianapolis, IN (Purdue)
Jeff Schweiger, Jr. – San Jose, CA (USC)

DEFENSIVE TACKLE (9)
Alan Branch – Albuquerque, NM (Michigan)
Will Johnson – Lake Orion, MI (Michigan)
Marques Walton – Chicago, IL (Michigan)
Dwayne Hendricks – Millville, NJ (Miami)
Corey Mills – Memphis, TN (Mississippi)
A.Q. Shipley – Coraopolis, PA (Penn State)
Craig Bokor – Aliquippa, PA (Pittsburgh)
Williams Morrisey – Silsbee, TX (Texas A&M)
Nick Hayden – Hartland, WI (Wisconsin)

LINEBACKER (5)
Chris Graham – Indianapolis, IN (Michigan)
Chris Rogers – Wexford, PA (Michigan)
John Thompson – Detroit, MI (Michigan)
Marcus Freeman – Huber Heights, OH (Ohio State)
Dan Connor – Wallingford, PA (Penn State)

CORNERBACK (2)
Charles Stewart – Farmington Hills, MI (Michigan)
Rod Council – Charlotte, NC (Louisville)

SAFETY (5)
Jamar Adams – Charlotte, NC (Michigan)
Kyle Jackson – Neptune Beach, FL (Florida)
Craig Steltz – New Orleans, LA (LSU)
Devon Lyons – Pittsburgh, PA (Ohio State)
Sirjo Welch – Columbus, OH (Ohio State)

KICKER (2)
David Lonie – Iowa Falls, IA (California)
Dave Brytus – Imperial, PA (Purdue)

28Sep 2010
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Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Leon Hall

Cornerback Leon Hall now plays for the Cincinnati Bengals

Leon Hall, currently of the Bengals, had 5 tackles, 1 quarterback hurry, 1 interception, and 2 pass breakups in Sunday’s 20-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers.  The Panthers were quarterbacked by former Notre Dame quarterback Jimmy Clausen.

Honorable mention: Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne completed 26/44 passes for 363 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception in a Sunday night loss against the Jets.

Dishonorable mention: Braylon Edwards got arrested for DWI last week in New York.  His punishment from the team?  He had to sit in the corner and think about what he’d done for the first 15 minutes of Sunday night’s game.  Then he was allowed to go out and catch 2 passes for 87 yards and 1 touchdown to help the Jets beat the Dolphins.  Rex Ryan said that Edwards suffered enough by “being embarrassed” and would endure no further punishment from the team.  In other news, Rex Ryan is a joke.  Furthermore, I have yet to hear Michigan fans attack Edwards with the same amount of hatred as they have shown for Morgan Trent.  Trent would have been much better off to drive around drunk and endanger a bunch of people’s lives than to badmouth Rich Rodriguez.

8Dec 2009
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Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Chad Henne

Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots on Sunday, 22-21. Henne was 29-for-52 with 335 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 1 interception.

Honorable mention: Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley had 8 tackles, 2 sacks, 3 tackles for loss, and 3 quarterback hurries. Unfortunately for him, the Steelers lost to the Oakland Raiders, 27-24.
4Jan 2009
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2004 Recruiting: Offensive Backfield

The recruiting class of 2004 has run out of eligibility. It’s sad to see some of these guys go. Others…not so much. Here’s the beginning of a breakdown of the 2004 recruiting class.

Quarterback

Chad Henne: 6’2″, 210 lbs. – West Lawn, PA – Rivals: *****
Henne was the prize of the 2004 recruiting class. Ranked #13 overall by Rivals, he was the second-best recruit from Pennsylvania…behind Anthony Morelli. Henne came to Michigan and started from Day 1 of his freshman season. The presumed starter, Matt Gutierrez, hurt his shoulder and couldn’t be the player Michigan expected. Henne came in and immediately started chucking the ball to senior Braylon Edwards, providing Edwards with the opportunities to win the Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s best receiver. Henne continued to improve through his junior year. He hit a speed bump as a senior, playing poorly against Appalachian State and Oregon before injuring his knee. He ended his career as Michigan’s leading passer in many categories, but he went 0-4 against Ohio State, which hurt his legacy. The Miami Dolphins picked him with their 2nd round pick in 2008.
Career stats: 828/1387, 59.7% completions, 87 TD’s, 37 INT’s

Position Grade: A. Michigan got perhaps the school’s all-time best passer and a four-year starter.

Running Back

Max Martin – 6’2″, 210 lbs. – Madison, AL – Rivals: ****
In a relatively weak running back class, Martin was the #15 running back behind a bunch of no-names other than Adrian Peterson and Marshawn Lynch. Still, it was hoped that Max Martin could step in for the graduated Chris Perry and contribute alongside senior David Underwood. Both Martin and Underwood were beaten out by another no-name kid. Martin played at Michigan for two years, rushing for only 358 yards. Seeking more playing time, he transferred to Alabama. Alabama didn’t like his attitude, so Martin transferred to Alabama State. He’s probably working in a shoelace factory now. Seen as a savior for the position, he quickly faded into anonymity.
Career stats (at Michigan): 85 carries, 358 yards, 3 TD’s

Michael Hart – 5’10”, 175 lbs. – Syracuse, NY – Rivals: ***
Okay, Hart was listed at 5’10”, but the only way he was 5’10” coming out of high school was if he contracted progeria as a freshman at Michigan. We all know how this turned out, though. The undersized, unheralded running back became perhaps Michigan’s greatest running back ever. Since he didn’t have much speed, he used superior vision, balance, and cutting ability to become the all-time leading Wolverine rusher and a 4th round selection by the Indianapolis Colts.
Career stats: 1015 carries, 5040 yards, 41 TD’s

Roger Allison – 6’2″, 230 lbs. – Lake Orion, MI – Rivals: ***
Allison was the #9 fullback coming out of high school, behind players such as Peyton Hillis (recently seen playing tailback for the Denver Broncos) and Jordan Dizon (a 2007 second round pick by the Detroit Lions as a linebacker). Going into 2005 Allison was thought to be the leader for the fullback job. But a career-ending nerve injury prevented him from ever playing for the Wolverines. Mark Moundros has done an excellent job at fullback, but if Allison had remained healthy after redshirting in 2004, he may have been Michigan’s version of Owen Schmitt in Rich Rodriguez’s offense.
Career stats: None

Position Grade: A. It would have been nice to get a second contributor, but getting the school’s all-time leading rusher makes for a pretty good haul.