Michigan Football Recruiting: How Brady Hoke Can Land 5-Star CB Kendall Fuller
Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines have done a tremendous job with their 2013 recruiting class, but they shouldn't start celebrating yet over in Ann Arbor. There's still work to be done, and if done right, Michigan can be looking at a recruiting class that will be absolutely dominant.
Cornerback Kendall Fuller is currently Rivals' No. 3 overall prospect and he's their No. 1 cornerback prospect in the nation. He is a physical corner in the run game, but also plays very well against the pass. He gets snaps at receiver on the offensive side of the ball, and that experience has undoubtedly helped him in coverage when it comes to recognizing plays, turning his hips and getting vertical.
“The family environment that they have down there. All the commitments who have already committed all of them are so close already. Half of them don't really know each other. Just academics-wise, the fan support, the campus, everything.”
This is obviously great news for Michigan fans, but that doesn't mean this is a closed deal.
Both Virginia Tech and Clemson are good schools—No. 1 overall prospect Robert Nkemdiche is committed to the Tigers—so Michigan is going to have some selling to do.
More accurately, Hoke has some selling to do.
What Hoke needs to do is sell the fact that all of those programs don't have what Michigan does—him.
He needs to let Fuller know that he is the man with the plan, and nobody else has that plan.
Say it with me Wolverine fans: "He's a Michigan Man".
Will Michigan Land Fuller?
Jokes aside, that is exactly what he has to do to push this big time prospect over the edge and into his 2013 class.
With a 5-star defensive back on board, the Wolverines would be set to have a tremendous young class coming into the fold, and with all the strides they have made so far, the sky would be the limit.
Fuller has the talent to develop into a shutdown corner and he could be the leader of Michigan's defense for years. The Wolverines need to bring this kid in to complete this epic class.
Hoke needs to win him over.
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