Reedley's Horn is tearing it up

Reedley RB Avery Horn (5-10, 195) is having a huge season so far for the Tigers, but he's only focused on football and his work in the classroom, not on where he'll end up playing ball in 2010. JCFootball.com caught up with the former Michigan Wolverine and he updated us on things, especially why he isn't concerned about the recruiting process at this time...
October 5, 2009

Reedley's Horn wanted to be closer to home

After going through Rich Rodriguez's tumultuous first season at Michigan, current Reedley RB Avery Horn (5-10, 195) decided he wanted to move closer to home. JCFootball.com caught up with the talented running back recently and he updated us on things including what he's looking for in a new school following the 2009 season...
August 6, 2009

U-M Spring Game Photo Gallery - Part I

GoBlueWolverine's first photo gallery from the annual Michigan football Spring Game held on Saturday at Saline High School. Included are photos of Brandon Minor, Avery Horn, Darryl Stonum, Morgan Trent, Marques Slocum, & more
April 13, 2008

Signing Day Capsule: Avery Horn

Avery Horn is the 10th member of the 2007 recruiting class. A speedy running back out of Hanford, Calif., Horn possesses the type of speed that Michigan has lacked at running back for a long time. What brought this diminutive but quick running back across the country? Find out in the second GoBlueWolverine Magazine Signing Day Capsule.
February 7, 2007

California 2007 Final Rankings: RBs

Led by five-star running back Marc Tyler, a commit to USC, California is home to a deep and talented group of ball-carriers. Nine Pac-10 schools will receive a signed LOI from a California running back...
January 31, 2007

2007 Scouting Report: Avery Horn

With only a few weeks left until signing day, GoBlueWolverine's Josh Turel breaks down each player in Michigan's 2007 class. In this report he scouts Hanford, CA RB Avery Horn.
January 27, 2007

Avery Horn Talks About His Commitment

Michigan's 13th verbal commitment is California running back Avery Horn from Hanford in midstate California. The blazing back talks to GoBlueWolverine about his decision to pick the Wolverines -- without ever having been to Michigan.
August 26, 2006