I want another David Terrell. That guy was great and very rarely dropped the ball like Braylon Edwards. He just took over games and was a very good blocker down field. I don't care what he did in the NFL. I love what he did a Michigan.
Dang, hit post to soon. I'll also take another Tai Streets. 97 game against ND is all I need to know, he's the guy I want.
really CBS???Who are you asking?You... Don't you think as good as a report on what the coaching thinks of the current roster depth that is, it could also be viewed as a negative perception when pursuing future recruits. One's with speed (IE Drake Harris). No?
I guess I'm looking at it a little differently than you. I'm looking at what/where we've been the past 5 years. How are we going to get back to having an elite WR on the team at all times? By passing the ball. Having a QB that can throw and 6'+ WR's that catch the ball will show an improved passing offense at Michigan. Should show recruits that passing is actually an integral part of the game plan and not an afterthought.I get your point, as I tried to state. I also understand what he was trying to say, but I just wondered if this could hurt in recruiting speedsters down the road. Believe me, I understand about the inability of a passing game can affect recruiting. We had that for almost ten years..
No one can predict/know how Michigan would have faired with Gardner as QB all season. I will say his last five games showed us what we all (mostly) thought he was capable of all along.No one could question that the passing game improved dramatically when he went under center. That and recruiting a 5 star QB will help with bringing the playmakers to your campus.
If he even just averages what he did this past season and gets his Redshirt, then Michigan once again becomes a team with a respected passing game. I just don't think that happens with all the slot WR's RR recruited, regardless of how fast they are. Especially when they have no decided advantage (height, vertical) over the DB's covering them.I agree.
Besides, there are only so many blue chip WR's out there and it's not realistic to think we're going to get them every year.We seem to finish 2nd in this catagory lately... I get your point, but do you see what I was saying?
I take offense to that gonuts. We are rarely even second (or third) when it comes to WR's. The big guys seem to like us, though.
I'll also take another Tai Streets.It was Streets that took to the house against Springs, wasn't it?
Who can keep track of all the touchdowns we scored against you guys back then?