The future is now for Tyrone Wheatley Jr. Michigan will look to replace a big chunk of the roster now that 19 of its top players from 2016 will be on NFL teams this fall. One of the biggest jobs to replace? Jake Butt’s tight end gig. Hosts Derek Devine and Tyler Fenwick talk about the impact Tyrone Wheatley Jr. could have for the Wolverines this […]
Last week I wrote my thoughts about the quarterback battle that is heating up in Ann Arbor. I gave the early edge to Speight based off his leadership and patience in the pocket, but believe O’Korn can just as easily be a great option. This week I’ll be previewing a few of the guys at the tight end spot. Senior Jake Butt is a proven option who […]
The fourth edition of our Michigan football spring preview offers a look at a position that figures to emerge in prominence under the supervision of Jim Harbaugh and Tim Drevno. But many positions fall under that category, you say. Well, we’re talking about tight ends.
Michigan has added four-star Tyrone Wheatley Jr. this afternoon.
In a surprising, but not shocking, series of events, 2015 five-star tight end Chris Clark has chose to go to UCLA over Michigan.
Michigan’s staff continues to hit the recruiting trail with a vengeance before National Signing Day arrives on Feb. 4. Offensive coordinator Tim Drevno, tight ends coach Jay Harbaugh and running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley were in Buffalo, N.Y., to visit four-star target Tyrone Wheatley Jr.
Tyrone Wheatley, former Michigan Wolverine running back, will be interviewing with Michigan today, via Sam Webb.
Another commitment dropped for Michigan over the weekend in the form of four-star defensive end Darian Roseboro (Lincolnton, NC), so it’s time to update the prediction board for the rest of the 2015 class. Follow through the page break to see the latest edition.
The University of Michigan football program grabbed their first tight end of the 2015 recruiting cycle on Thursday afternoon with the announcement that Chris Clark (Avon, OH) has committed to the school. Clark is a four-star prospect and the second-ranked tight end in the class of 2015. The Wolverines had stiff competition for his services from Ohio State and Michigan State. The original plan was […]