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Donte Grantham is one of many new 2014 stretch four prospects who have popped up on Michigan’s radar near the end of this summer. The Martinsburg, WV native is taking a prep year at the Hargrave Military Academy, where he is sure to boost his recruiting profile.
For Grantham, it would be a second major boost in his recruitment, the first coming this summer during the thick of the evaluation period. It was late in July, specifically after an eye-opening performance at the Reebok Breakout Classic tournament in Philadelphia, that Grantham solidified himself as one of the top wing prospects in his class. Now ranked in the top-100 according to 247Sports composite rankings, Grantham is looking to take another step up this high school season.
Matt Parker, Grantham’s AAU coach for DC Assault, articulated a process early in the summer that saw Grantham feeling out his teammates and learning their style — both on and off the court.
“In the month of April and May, he was more passive than we n...
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Michigan will host James Blackmon Jr. for an official visit on Saturday.
Blackmon’s visit will most likely result in an offer from John Beilein.
A top-40 prospect in 2014, Blackmon also has unofficial visits to both Kentucky and Louisville planned for this week.
Despite graduating one of the most dynamic players in school history in Denard Robinson, Michigan feels pretty good about replacing him under center with Devin Gardner.
The bigger concern for the Wolverines is who Gardner will throw to.
No. 17 Michigan hopes for another top receiver to emerge alongside Jeremy Gallon on Saturday as it opens the season at home against Central Michigan...
Wolverines fans, we’re fairly confident you didn’t need the below video, released by Michigan earlier today, to figure out what comes after “Let’s Go”. That being said, if the school thinks you need instruction, we’re happy to pass it along.
Here’s Devin Gardner telling UM fans exactly what needs to be done to complete a very complicated cheer you’ll hear plenty of...
Michigan’s 2013-14 basketball schedule was finalized Wednesday with the release of the Big Ten schedule.Here are some thoughts on the Wolverine schedule. Previously: Four thoughts on Michigan’s non-conference schedule (Photo: Dustin Johnston)
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At least five (and possibly seven with Arizona and Stanford) of Michigan’s 12 non-conference games will...
If you're looking to get juiced up for the start of the Michigan Wolverines' 2013 season, and you've got about eight minutes to spare, this hype video should do you just right.
Michigan has suspended starting safety Thomas Gordon for one game for an unspecified violation of team rules.
The school made the announcement Saturday before kicking off the season at home against Central Michigan.
Wolverines coach Brady Hoke says Gordon wasn't accountable to his teammates, adding the senior has learned a valuable lesson from this situation.
Two short seasons after starting his Michigan Wolverines career on one of the nation’s worst defenses, Thomas Gordon, with the help of Brady Hoke, enters his senior season as an anchor on one of the nation’s best defensive units.
Then again, they’ll start two safeties today with zero combined starts. The Michigan Wolverines suspended Thomas Gordon today for the game versus...
Devin Gardner ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the first half as No. 17 Michigan went on to beat Central Michigan 59-9 in college football.
It was the highest-scoring opener for the Wolverines (1-0) since 1905, when they beat Ohio Wesleyan 65-0. They will face a tougher test against No. 14 Notre Dame next week at home in a prime-time game.
The Chippewas (0-1) fell...
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Michigan football head coach Brady Hoke announced Saturday (Aug. 31) that senior safety Thomas Gordon will serve a one-game suspension to open the 2013 season for a violation of team rules."It is important that our 115 sons represent this university and program to the high standards we hold," said Hoke. "But at times, like in society, our...
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Devin Gardner ran for two touchdowns and threw for another in the first half as No. 17 Michigan went on to beat Central Michigan 59-9.
Michigan offensive line coach Darrell Funk breaks down his unit heading into today’s opener versus Central Michigan. He discusses Taylor Lewan’s leadership, the emergence of Graham Glasgow and Jack Miller, the progress made by Chris Bryant, Ben Braden, and Erik Magnuson, the challenges presented by the Chippewa defense, and more.