Hoke Keeps Same Message To Recruits

Despite Michigan's struggles, Brad Hoke keeps the same message to possible recruits.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – With rumors swirling about his job status, and the Wolverines off to a 3-5 start, Brady Hoke has enough to worry about in what looks like his last season as the head coach of Michigan.

But keeping his current recruiting class together for him or for whoever coaches next season is vital to the program’s success.

So far most of his class is staying put -- at least for the time being anyways.

On Monday, Hoke and his staff took another hit, when four-star cornerback Garrett Taylor de-committed from the Wolverines’ 2015 class. He’s is the fifth player to de-commit since January, along with former commits Damien Harris, George Campbell, Shaun Crawford and Darian Roseboro.

However, despite the losing and players looking elsewhere, Hoke still has the same message to current and potential recruits.

“I don’t think I’ve said anything that I haven’t said in previous years,” Hoke said on his message to recruits. “We got a great place here. We got, in my opinion, the best university in the country when you look at what does for you after football. I think the same way, competitiveness, from a football standpoint. Most of the kids are going to be committed to what this place has to offer.”

In the meantime, Michigan (3-5, 1-3 Big Ten) next plays host to Indiana (3-4, 0-3) this Saturday at 3:30 p.m.

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