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Stoops is Trying to Steal Another 2018 Recruit from Jim Harbaugh

Harbaugh image via Getty

Harbaugh image via Getty

Two weeks ago Mark Stoops received a commitment from best player from Michigan, offensive guard Marquan McCall, stealing a prospect from right under Jim Harbaugh’s nose.  Now the Kentucky head coach is in a good position to land a four-star linebacker from Jacksonville, Florida that Michigan has been recruiting for over a year.

Last night former Maryland commit Eriq Gilyard released his top six schools: Kentucky, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia Tech, N.C. State and UCF.  The Top 35 linebacker in the 2018 class plays for a perennial Florida powerhouse and is the son of a former Auburn defensive back.  Gilyard told Gridiron Now he likes what he’s hearing from Kentucky.

“I feel I can go there and be a big-time playmaker,” he said. “I think I would have a chance to make an impact early in my career.  I have a good vibe with the coaches and I feel something at Kentucky is big for me. I felt like they needed to be in my top six.”

Gilyard plans on visiting all six finalists this summer before making a decision in the fall.  I’m sure Stoops would love to put one in Harbaugh’s earhole, just like Gilyard frequently does to his opponents.

[Gridiron Now]

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

4 Comments for Stoops is Trying to Steal Another 2018 Recruit from Jim Harbaugh

  1. jaws2
    9:27 pm May 22, 2017 Permalink

    Stay on em’ Stoops!

  2. AllBlueAllDay
    9:55 pm May 22, 2017 Permalink

    I’m loving all this awesome recruiting. If we get some good results on the field this year, our recruiting class should be awesome.

  3. catsarerunnin
    7:20 am May 23, 2017 Permalink

    Let’s go Krogering baby!!!

  4. Eazy
    12:14 am May 24, 2017 Permalink

    Michigan fans act like they are Alabama all of a sudden. Yet they haven’t won a title since 1997.