actually evenrude, Callahan is doing a super job of recruiting right now. He is getting some good talents and has hit the ground running for 2005's class. He is doing a very good job of wooing the nation's Top DT, Pennsylvania's Callahan Bright.
I am pretty happy today as the gem of our 2004 class, LB Willie Wiliams legal troubles have ended officially today. He will be on probation for 3 years though. This guy is just a super LB though. Here's a taste of what he can do: Because of injuries and because he transferred schools, in his senior year he played only 4 regular season games. He notched 40 tackles (avg of 10 per game) and 14 sacks (avg of 2.5 per game) at Florida's Highest level of competition (the 6A grouping) leading the Carol City Chiefs to the state title. In the playoffs Williams was a beast and was named MVP of the state championship game where he had 11 solo tackles, 7 of them for a loss, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles and broke the opposing QB's arm on a tackle. As a Junior at Monsignor Prep, also in Florida's highest level of competition, the 6A group, Williams notched 173 tackles, 10 sacks and 4 interceptions.
He will be competing at Weakside Linebacker next year with Sophomore Tavares Gooden and will wear No. 17 in honor of our very own D.J. Williams, the former UM linebacker (he also wore No. 17 at Carol City) . He wore No. 52 at Pace, in honor of former UM great Ray Lewis.
Garcia, you better hope Marcus Randall has the flu during Miami week, he wants no part of this kid.
ITS A PLAYOFF HOCKEY NIGHT IN PITTSBURGH!