2019 Recruiting Awards

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16Aug 2019
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2019 Recruiting Awards

Zach Charbonnet

I know this seems a little bit late, but since I just wrapped up the final TTB Ratings for 2019, I thought it would be time to share “recruiting awards” for the 2019 class. Feel free to pipe in with your own choices, and you can glance back at, say, the 2016 awards (LINK) to see how I did (what’s up, Andrew David?).

Best Overall Recruit: S Daxton Hill
It was a battle to land Hill, who was sought by everyone. Some thought he would go to the home-state Sooners; some thought he would go where his older brother did, Oklahoma State; he was committed to Alabama for a time; and he committed to Michigan twice. He was the #14 overall player to the 247 Composite, and I have him with a 100 as the best safety in the class.

Best Offensive Recruit: RB Zach Charbonnet
Charbonnet has great potential to be a stud running back. He’s fast, strong, catches the ball, and can make people miss.

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15Aug 2019
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Final TTB Ratings for 2019

Daxton Hill

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I know it’s a little bit late in the game, but back in the spring, I didn’t have time to review all the senior film for Michigan’s 2019 signees and give them updated TTB Ratings. I did that during the 2019 Season Countdown, so here are the final TTB Ratings for the class of 2019.

S Daxton Hill: 100
He’s the best safety in the class, though it’s an unimpressive safety class overall.

RB Zach Charbonnet: 83 90
As long as he can get/stay healthy, Charbonnet has the potential to be a high draft pick in the future.

DT Chris Hinton, Jr.: 90
He should be an early contributor with high long-term upside.

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21Jun 2019
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Morning Roundup: June 21, 2019

Nolan Rumler

Nick Baumgardner has a fluff piece on incoming freshman offensive lineman Nolan Rumler (LINK).

Jordan Poole surprised a lot of people when he went #28 to the Warriors (LINK).

Iggy Brazdeikis went #47 overall to the Knicks (LINK).

Charles Matthews went undrafted after he recently tore his ACL.

2Jun 2019
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2019 Season Countdown: #85 Nolan Rumler

Nolan Rumler (image via 247 Sports)

Name: Nolan Rumler
310 lbs.
High school:
Akron (OH) Hoban
Jersey number:
Last year:
Rumler was a senior in high school (LINK).
TTB Rating:

Rumler was an Under Armour All-American who ended the 2019 recruiting cycle as a 4-star, the #10 offensive guard, and #174 overall. He was a heavy Michigan lean for years before he ended up committing.

I have Rumler as the most likely freshman lineman to play, but he’s still all the way down here at #85. Why? Because Michigan should have a pretty solid two-deep that won’t need much help from freshmen. There’s a possibility that an injury or two could force Rumler into the rotation, but I still think he’ll have at least a year on the sideline before playing. He’s probably headed for center eventually, and Michigan has both Cesar Ruiz and Stephen Spanellis as relatively experienced college players.

Prediction: Redshirt

3Jan 2019
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2019 Under Armour All-American Game

Mazi Smith (image via 247 Sports)

The 2019 Under Armour All-American Game is being played tonight at 6:00 p.m. EST. The game will be played in Orlando and broadcast on ESPN2.

Michigan commits selected for the game include:

TEAM FLASH (Coached by Steve Mariucci)

  • #40 Anthony Solomon, LB
  • #50 Nolan Rumler, OG
  • #74 Trente Jones, OT

TEAM BALLAHOLICS (Coached by Deion Sanders)

  • #31 Quinten Johnson, DB
  • #36 Mazi Smith, DT

Running back Zach Charbonnet was also selected, but he’s injured and not participating.

Players scheduled to announce their college decisions include:

  • LB Shammond Cooper
  • WR Arjei Henderson
  • DE Tre’Mon Morris-Brash

None of them will be picking Michigan.

Here’s a link to all the players who have participated in the game since its inception in 2008 (LINK).