Devin Gardner (QB, Michigan) a fringe NFL prospect

July 31, 2014

Throughout this offseason, Brady Hoke has declined to definitively tap the incumbent, Devin Gardner, or his challenger, Shane Morris, as Michigan’s starting quarterback. Instead, the UM head coach demurred and insisted he’d wait until early on in summer camp to declare a starter. Thursday, Hoke deviated from that tack …read more FRG’s TAKE:  Gardner appears to be barely holding onto his starting gig at Michigan, and it’s not hard to see…


Michigan’s Graham Glasgow acknowledges poor judgment

July 15, 2014

Via CFT:  A contrite Graham Glasgow was sentenced Monday in connection to a drunk-driving incident earlier this offseason, multiple media outlets reported. The Michigan offensive lineman received 12 months probation, an $800 fine and six days of community service after pleading guilty to a lesser charge of operating a vehicle while visibly …read more FRG’s TAKE: Glasgow is a 2016 NFL Draft prospect, and is a fringe guy at best…


Scouting the OTs: Taylor Lewan, Michigan

January 17, 2014

The more you study the 2014 NFL Draft prospect pool, the more you realize that this year’s class of offensive tackle prospects is right there with the 2013 class. It’s very possible that there could be five or more players at the position taken in the first round, and Taylor Lewan is right in that mix. Lewan’s 48 career starts (41 straight) at left tackle is only part of his…


Tale of the Tape: Taylor Lewan vs. Jake Matthews

The 2013 NFL Draft saw several talented offensive linemen selected in the first round. It was the first time since Jake Long (Dolphins, 2008) that an offensive tackle was selected with the No.1 pick overall (Eric Fisher, Chiefs). In fact, offensive tackles were both the first AND second overall picks (Luke Joeckel, Jaguars, 1.02). The amazing part of last year’s offensive tackle domination of round one is that there’s a…

July 18, 2013