Discussion in 'Awesome Recruiting' started by bvgator789, Dec 13, 2019.
Has entered the transfer portal. Very very good WR. Someone will be getting a good one.
Michigan is the team, right? I've not heard of him.
Yes he plays at Michigan.
Would like to see us get in on this.
He was a big get in recruiting for them, but even with a QB who has had a good year, his stats aren't notable. To get where he needs to get to be drafted he needs to find an offense that will highlight his abilities. A senior skill position player leaving to help his future is not a good look on Harbaugh.
I find it hard to believe there is a team which could give him a better opportunity than the good guys. We've got a proven QB who can light up defense, some darn good pass blockers returning... ...and just one proven veteran returning at receiver (Grimes). A grad transfer could tear it up for us while our young guys get playing time and work to develop.
Black burned us in '17 in Dallas for 2 receptions for 81 yds and a TD. Was their leading receiver that game. I'd take him as a grad transfer to make a Van jefferson type of impact (yes I know Van was not a grad transfer)
Dude is a legit receiver who has fallen in their depth chart due injuries...broke one foot one year and the other foot the next year. Terrible luck.
Kid is a very good receiver. Have to give him a call.
Michigan actually has three very good WR's in Black, PJ and Nico Collins.
Must be some great players on the team that aren’t transferring
Tons of talent on the Transfer Portal, hopefully we have one of the Football Staff reviewing this daily.
The new scholarship restrictions introduced the past several years really make it challenging for teams to accept a lot of transfers. More kids in the portal than quality P5 teams that can take them unless you under sign or miss on players on NSD. Think most teams wait on transfer portal kids until after ESD period and maybe even NSD in Feb. you would rather have someone for 3-4 years than 1-2.
Unless you happen to have a glaring need at the position at issue...