Patriots Draft: Scouting Report on OG Michael Onwenu, Michigan

April 25, 2020

The Patriots traded up in the sixth round to draft Michigan guard Michael Onwenu. Onwenu was a three year starter at Michigan. Onwenu is thick at 6-2 344. He has long arms and plays with good power at the point of attack. Here is my scouting report on Onwenu. Initial Quicks: Onwenu has good quickness on the snap. Gets inside hand placement and can re-establish the line of scrimmage. Run…


High School: Nobles linebacker Casey Phinney commits to Michigan

April 3, 2020

Michigan picked up another commitment this morning from a top recruit in the state of Massachusetts. Nobles inside linebacker Casey Phinney, a three star recruit announced he was committing to Michigan. Excited to announce my commitment to the University of Michigan〽️🔵#GoBlue @FBCoachDBrown @CoachJim4UM @UMichFootball @CoachVoulgaris — Casey Phinney (@caseyphinney) April 3, 2020 The Marshfield, Massachusetts native also had offers from Army, UMass, Princeton and Georgetown but ultimately chose the…


High School: St. Sebastian’s tight end Louis Hansen commits to Michigan

April 2, 2020

St. Sebastian’s tight end Louis Hansen announced today that he will be attending the University of Michigan. The four star recruit made the announcement on Hansen was heavily recruited and had 26 offers from some of the top programs in the country. COMMITTED!!! — Louis Hansen (@Louiehansen20) April 2, 2020 Hansen visited Michigan, Boston College. Ohio State and Wisconsin but ultimately settled on Michigan. Michigan of course has…


High school: Michigan continues a long standing tradition of recruiting in Massachusetts

July 14, 2019

Michigan Head Coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown have been actively recruiting the state of Massachusetts in recent years and the investment in the Bay State has paid off. The two men have secured some big time commitments over the course of the last three years. Tight end Sean Mckeon of Shepherd Hill and Everett wide receiver Mike Sainstril, were the two biggest commitments to come out of…


High School: Michigan Rolls Into Massachusetts and Makes Multiple Offers

January 19, 2019

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown were in town on Thursday getting a jump start on recruiting for 2020 by offering multiple scholarships to local juniors. The five most notable offers Harbaugh made on Thursday were to Nobles and Greenough tight end, defensive end Cam Large, Boston College High School tight end, defensive end Ozzy Trapilo, St. John’s Shrewsbury wide receiver Jay Brunelle and Athlete Eamonn Dennis…


Boston College: Co-Defensive Coordinator Anthony Campanile leaves for Michigan

January 11, 2019

The Boston College football staff took another hit on Friday when co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Anthony Campanile left for Michigan. The 36 year old Campanile arrived at the Heights from his alma mater Rutgers where he coached from 2012 to 2015. Losing Campanile is a big blow to the Eagles because he was one of the best recruiters in the ACC. Campanile has ties high school coaching ties…


College Football: Week 8 Picks Vs. The Spread

October 20, 2018

Michigan, Michigan State is the top match up of the weekend. There are some quality money making match ups this weekend. Here are my top games and picks for week 8 of the college football season. Auburn at Ole Miss (+3.5, 63.5): Both programs have fallen off since the start of the season. Auburn is a mess right now. They cannot run the ball and their defense is struggling. I’m…


College Football: Week 2 Top Picks vs. The Spread

September 8, 2018

UCLA (+30) at Oklahoma (64): The line in this game is sbsurd! I know UCLA lost to Cincinnati last week but they shouldn’t be 30 point underdogs. Give me the Bruins as dogs all day. Rutgers at Ohio State (-34.5, 63): The Buckeyes scored 77 points on Oregon State last week. Is there a big different between Rutgers and Oregon State? I think not. Take the Buckeyes. They’ll cover. New…