Many of the nation’s top programs awaited the announcement from 2013 five-star recruit Derrick Green on Saturday, and in the end he chose to go with the Michigan Wolverines.
The news is big for head coach Brady Hoke, as Green is the No. 4-ranked running back and No. 27-overall prospect in the class of 2013, according to 247Sports.
Green had narrowed his list down to Auburn, Michigan, and Tennessee, before choosing the Maize and Blue.
The 6-foot, 220-pound Richmond, VA native is the 27th commitment for the Wolverines and is the 13th Top247 recruit for Michigan.
Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert provided the signature moment in his team’s Game 6 win over New York with this insane block of Carmelo Anthony.
This is the single worst/greatest/amazing/horrifying nut shot we’ve ever seen in a UFC fight. So who would we be if we didn’t pass it along to you?
Jack Hoffman has officially received his very own Upper Deck Nebraska Cornhuskers playing card.
The Kansas City Royals were in town to take on the Oakland Athletics, but this A’s fan stole the show. The dude makes a great catch on a foul ball.
Eric LeGrand was paralyzed from the neck down while playing for Rutgers. Three years later, he finally returned to his mother’s home.
Tim Lincecum wound up for a pitch on Saturday night against the Rockies, but proceeded to fall off the mound instead and balk the runner to second.