National Signing Day: Rank the 2014 Commits

Our Rankings

Jabrill Peppers.

Most Looking Forward to Seeing:
1. Jabrill Peppers
2. Drake Harris
3. Moe Ways

Best Highlight Tape:
1. Jabrill Peppers
2. Drake Harris
3. Chase Winovich

Start of their Careers

Top Rated:
1. Jabrill Peppers (5*, #3 Overall)
2. Drake Harris (4*, #52 Overall)
3. Bryan Mone (4*, #88 Overall)

Quickest to Start:
1. Jabrill Peppers – Too talented to be kept off the field. CB, S and/or return duties
2. Moe Ways – Built for college ball, is a big play threat, and at a position in need.
3. Bryan Mone – Has the size and skill to start. All depends on when Pipkins returns from injury.

1. Jared Wangler – Needs to add size and strength.
2. Chase Winovich – See above.
3. Wilton Speight – Gardner and Morris are there. Speight can benefit greatly from watching.

After their Career

Best Player:
1. Jabrill Peppers – Could be one of the best in program history.
2. Drake Harris – Has the #1 jersey ability that should bring a tear of joy to a Michigan fan\’s eye.
3. Bryan Mone – He reminds me a lot of Haloti Ngata. Mattison looks to use him that way.

Biggest Surprise:
1. Moe Ways – Not the top WR recruit. I think he could start as a true freshmen and be a star.
2. Noah Furbush – Not many talk about Noah but his size and athletic ability will be a force at LB/DE.
3. Brandon Watson – His physical style of play and early enrollment will help him see the field.

Underrated Addition:
1. Mason Cole – People don\’t think of Cole as a big time commit but I think he could be a great one.
2. Ian Bunting – It may take a couple years but Bunting could be an All-Conference guy, like Funchess.
3. Freddy Canteen – He has the agility and hands to be a game changer at slot receiver.


Highest Draft Pick:
1. Jabrill Peppers
2. Bryan Mone
3. Drake Harris

Best NFL Player:
1. Jabrill Peppers
2. Bryan Mone
3. Mason Cole