Two Possible Recruits

Michigan would certainly love to get a visit from All-American New Orleans defensive end Kirston Pittman. Concord De LA Salle 'speed back' Maurice Drew is taking a 'wait and see' approach toward his recrutiing. Both talked to us about their current situations.

All-American outside linebacker/defensive end Kirston Pittman (6-4, 235 lbs., 4.5 in the 40) from Reserve, Louisiana, East St. John High (just west of New Orleans) is The Insiders' #56 prospect. Michigan, as well as most of the rest of the college football world, would love to get an official visit from him. Here is what he told us.

You've got visits scheduled to Miami and Florida State?

"Yeah, in January."

Are you planning to visit Michigan?

"It's a strong possibility."

Are there any other schools you are going to visit for sure?

"Not yet. I'm also considering LSU, Florida, Texas, Texas A&M, Oklahoma, Auburn, Michigan State, Ole Miss."


Running back Maurice Drew (5-8, 190 lbs., 4.4 in the 40, 34-inch vertical jump, 2.8 GPA) from Concord, California, De La Salle (alma mater of Michigan freshman quarterback Matt Gutierrez), The Insiders #11 running back, hasn't been offered a scholarship by Michigan yet. Here is what he had to say.

Do you have a top five that you plan to visit?

"No, not yet. I haven't decided on a top five. I don't have any visits scheduled."

What offers do you have so far?

"USC, Cal, Colorado, Washington State, and Wisconsin."

Have you taken an unofficial visited Michigan this year?

"Yeah, I visited back in April, with Matt (Gutierrez). It was real nice."

Is there anything about Michigan that stands out?

"Just that everyone was real nice - all the people there and the coaches. I have some friends up there too."

Has Matt Gutierrez talked to you at all about Michigan?

"No, not really. He just told me to make my own decision."

Obviously your team is undefeated, but how is your season going?

"I have 505 yards on 58 carries, but I've only played in four games ... I was hurt."

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