Monday, June 10, 2013

Recruiting Update: June 10, 2013

Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt
Suwanee (GA) North Gwinnett offensive tackle Mitch Hyatt was offered by Michigan. He's a 6'6", 271 lb. prospect with offers from Clemson, Florida, Georgia, Miami, Ohio State, Texas, and USC, among others. According to 247 Sports, he's the #1 offensive tackle and #4 overall player in the class of 2015. However, his current leader appears to be Clemson. He's long and lean with quick feet, and it looks like he'll have some staying power near the top of the recruiting rankings.

Scout updated its top 300 prospects for the class of 2014.

Here's a list of unofficial visitors for this week.


  1. Prying away a top five Georgia kid that likes Clemson out of the South would be one of the great recruiting coups in the history of college football.

    Clemson is well known throughout the South as one of the funnest jock/party schools in the country. My probably unfairly held opinion based on just a tidbit of information is that conversations about the great academics at Michigan will be falling on deaf ears.

    A kid with feet and a body like that would be a real nice thing to have around here, but I won't be holding my breath.

  2. Ok then, it's barely 8:30 and I just got torched by a friend who sent a daughter to Clemson, who unfortunately knows me to be the Roanman, and even more unfortunately has my cell.

    Evidently, Clemson University is a top 25 public university coming in at #25 and a top 100 university overall at #68 to US News and World Report, ahead of the likes of Sparty, Iowa and Indiana. We are #4 and #25 I think.

    And furthermore evidently, there is no fun to be had anywhere near the town of Clemson, South Carolina, and especially, no fun to be had with girls.

    So ..... there, and I apologize.

    1. LOL. That's hilarious that you got chewed out for your comment.

      I totally agree. There is no fun to be had with girls there at all. Or anywhere, for that matter. All girls everywhere are perfect angels!

    2. I have sons, but even I know that daughters are sacred.

    3. Your friend might be right about the academics being over-shadowed, but the party school reputation is well earned. If your friend's daughter is sitting in her dorm room all weekend, it's not for a lack of parties to hit.