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Michigan offered Kash Daniel to no avail

Kash Daniel picked up a scholarship offer from the University of Michigan while in San Antonio for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. The Kentucky signee, who is moving into his new dorm in Lexington today, turned down the offer to become a Wolverine.

Sorry about ya, Jim Harbaugh.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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7 Comments for Michigan offered Kash Daniel to no avail



  1. Tej
    1:49 pm January 10, 2016 Permalink

    A good Kentucky kid. Enrolling early has to help for conditioning and for learning the defensive system. Great recruiting by Coach Stoops and Elliott.



  2. hartlines left arm
    2:06 pm January 10, 2016 Permalink

    All 3 of the Kentucky kids are in pretty good shape for high schoolers, it’s scary to think of what they might look like with some time in college weight rooms.



  3. Shawn Kemp
    2:41 pm January 10, 2016 Permalink

    Clemson downs Louisville. Cards face #24 Pitt. Thursday. Too early to call it, but Louisville could feasibly finish the regular season without a win against the top 25.

    Twitter: @dallonadams



  4. uk3542
    3:37 pm January 10, 2016 Permalink

    24 7 sports has young flipping to ohio state even though he is hard commit to the cats



    • WeareBBN
      9:14 pm January 10, 2016 Permalink

      GO AWAY, your team lost today so you come here to try to start rumors that have no reality.



  5. CPACAT
    6:10 pm January 11, 2016 Permalink

    I don’t make anywhere near as much money as Jim Harbaugh, but at least I chew with my friggin’ mouth closed! Get some manners!



  6. jr1122
    7:56 am January 12, 2016 Permalink

    I like his loyalty. And maybe its the many years of mediocrity I have seen, but this might be a mistake. Michigan will most likely be in BCS in the next 5 years.