Michigan picked up a verbal commitment from one of its big offensive goals on Monday when Washington (DC) Gonzaga 2023 was a four-star. Evan Link He pledged to the Wolverines via his Twitter account. The Wolverines beat Penn State and Stanford for Link, which we’ve listed as our offensive line’s top target for a few months at this point.
Link, who was scheduled to visit officially the second weekend in June, arrived under the radar campus this weekend for an unofficial two-day visit during which he pledged to Michigan employees.
Four star phonetic huge for Sherwin Mor and Michigan after missing a handful of top intervention targets earlier in the process. Link gives them one of the top players on their board in a position seen as much needed in the 2023 recruitment category.
The 6’6/290 prospect is currently ranked 27th overall in the 2023 Recruit Class Offensive Intervention position.
With the 2022 football season approaching, Michigan has seen an interesting spring and summer on its recruiting path. Class of 2023 now contains thirteen oral commitments with the addition of Link, which adds to the class that includes four stars within the state Prince of herring And the Cool Cabana Together with two four-star defensive navigators Inoue Ita And the Collins Achimbong.
Michigan and Head Coach Jim Harbo I received some negative feedback this season as Harbaugh described the Program Name, Image, and Similarity (NIL) approach as a “transformational, not transactional, experience” to the recruitment track. Harbaugh, one of the first supporters in college football for players to make money from their name/image, discussed how his team is approaching the NIL this year.
“It’s not something we talk about great about. I don’t think our players really care,” he said on Big Ten Media Day. “They just want to get the best level of football possible. And they know they’re doing a really good job with regards to NIL. But that’s it. I think they know everything will be fine. Be really good at football, and that’s where their focus is.”
On the flip side, Harbaugh noted that players should be among the beneficiaries of the upcoming Big Ten media deal that will raise a lot of money for both the conference and each individual programme. Ohio State coach Ryan Day He was quoted as saying that somewhere around $13 million would be needed to keep the Buckeyes roster intact. Harbaugh mentioned larger goals for the Wolverines.
“My thoughts are we can do more. I think maybe we can double that in Michigan,” he said. “I think it’s possible. I think it’s going in a great direction that way. You know me, I’ve always been with NIL. I think guys should have a share in the revenue. I think this is something that is really possible in Michigan. I think that’s where the We go to him.”
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