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Five Star Recruit RB Derrick Green Commits to WolverinesThe long awaited decision by five-star RB recruit Derrick Green is now in the books. Green announced a couple of hours ago that he will be attending the University of Michigan to play for head coach Brady Hoke. The decision comes to the shock of some who expected Green, like most five-star RB recruits, to head down south to the trenches of the SEC, so this is a huge win for the Wolverines and Big Ten conference as a whole.
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Green narrowed his choices down to Auburn, Tennesee, and Michigan and it had been rumored that Tennessee was his top choice. The 6’0″, 220 lb recruit claims the main reason for his decision to become a Wolverine was Hoke and his coaching staff. Big praise for Big Blue.
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“It was the coaching staff there; it’s unbelievable. Coach Hoke is a great coach, but he’s an even better person. It’s amazing for a head coach. There’s an awesome history behind Michi...
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