The job is dirty, physical and the plays called specifically for those men who strap up between the quarterback and running back usually amount to little more than three yards (if that) and a cloud of dust. And that's when they're not flattening defenders or providing extra protection in the pocket on third-and-longs.
August 12, 2008
The Michigan State Spartans got their second verbal commitment of the 2005 recruiting season when Grandville's Andrew Hawken, one of the Midwest's top linebackers, made a verbal commitment to attend the East Lansing school.
Grandville, MI is home to Andrew Hawken. The 6-2, 215-pound running back/linebacker prospect had a solid junior season and plenty of schools have taken notice. He also says he's interested in the Irish.
February 19, 2004
Here is another prospect who impressed at the Michigan Camp last summer! And he is projected in college to play at a position of need for Michigan.
February 12, 2004
Western Michigan is home to some high caliber talent for the recruiting class of 2005. Sunday afternoon GoBlueWolverine Magazine caught up with one of the top linebacker prospects in the State. The Michigan coaches have invited him to pay a visit the Ann Arbor campus very soon.
February 8, 2004
Coach Irv Sigler's Grandville squad is 9-3, after upsetting defending state runners-up East Kentwood 28-8 going into the regional finals with hopes of gaining a spot in the state semifinals against a 12-0 Eisenhower team.
November 22, 2003