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"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"The powers that be. Explore going back to same day with. I don't know if it's a sanctioning body, if it's a network, if it's a promoter, but go back the same day weigh ins. And I think you'll have much healthier fighters. Okay, so I am unequivocally against same day. Okay, well, but I agree with many of the things you're saying, I just think that they shouldn't be implemented with the same day weigh in. So okay, but they were done before 85. I think it was. They were always, that was what it was. Yeah, yeah, so 83 was kind of unofficially when it ended and to your point is because Eddie Mustafa Muhammad, the day of that's right. Four hours before a rematch or scheduled rematch with Michael spanx just said, I'm out of here. I'm sure the voters never very, very concerned with the health and safety of my own. I'm sure that was a good thing. Or that they didn't have a major pay per view that they could put on the air and make money. I wonder which one carries more weight with promoters. So your proposal, it hinges on fighters not treating the way in as they do right now. With the same day away. And that they would come in just as their normal kind of walk around weight and they wouldn't have to cut anything to get down to that particular way. I think that's asking a lot. And I think unfortunately, any amount of dehydration, that can't be fully erased and when fighters can't rehydrate, makes it really dangerous. So last year there was a study done by the Cleveland clinic that looked at the deterioration of the brains of fighters by weight class, and they found that the smaller the weight or in smaller weight classes, it happened fight by fight, drastically more so than with heavy weights. And so the connection they made was obviously that dehydration has a lot to do or makes it significantly more dangerous for fighters when they go in and then take head trauma while being depleted. And unfortunately, even if fighters on the same day came in less depleted, they don't then have that time to rehydrate. Unfortunately, I actually think that the way that it is is still safer even if guys are drastically rehydrating, then it would be even if a guy came in and just had to cut two pounds the day of and then didn't have ample time to rehydrate overnight. What I do think there should be, though, is I think that there should be more control over how much can be cut, which is to say that I think that there should be check ins, more regularly, like the IVF does. Like the IB F does to make sure because I've been with a fighter who's cut 17 pounds overnight. And they were just sitting in the car, chewing gum, spitting on the way to the way. And 17 pounds overnight. And there are more drastic ones. When you look at the Sergio's talked about his Vernon forest rematch, like 8 pounds in a week or something like that, like just some absurd. Right, sort number. Yeah, and that's not even the most drastic that we'll see in boxing, right? So I think that there have to be there should be measures to say, okay, you can only be X amount over.
"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"And he was talking about your body shots. He said I never was hit body punches like that. He said it wasn't. He said everyone hurt. But this guy stayed on the body. Nobody just stays on the body. The Way Eddie did and it really was quite a performance. You became world champion that night, and it was just such a proud night for me. To be there with you. Your trainer now. and. You train champions and we love. Every time you put up a post on your facebook, you say I gotta get back to the Jim because I trained champions. That's what I do. Do you have anybody can work with now that you haven't taken the cover off yet. You don't want us to see him yet, but you're going to unveil this painting pretty soon. Yes as a matter of fact I have two young men who have late S-. I had to wait out of Canada. He's thirteen and oh thirteen knockouts. He in punch. and I'm just shown and. How to go to the body, mix it up a little bit. Just don't be ahead of. Double and triple hateful. And get into a rhythm. And then I have another Guy De'andre savage. He's another great body puncher. All these guys heavyweights. They're big. To, forty, And Miladin. My Guy from Canada. I think he'll be come heavyweight champion a little bit before the Andre Savage. Savage is not far behind him. In the heavyweight division I wish. If I could just snap my fingers and change things in my life I think I'd WanNa. Come back a heavyweight, not in Muhammad Ali's era, but anybody else. And by the way. Speaking of Muhammad, Ali. I was. Somewhat friendly with him. I was a young reporter and he was when he was fighting. And it wasn't until the end of his career when I was editor in chief of ring magazine that I got to meet him, and he stopped in Nineteen eighty-one. And I'll tell you this. We became friends from almost the moment. I became commissioner in New York in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, eight, and every time he would come to New York. He would call me. We would have breakfast alone. We would have lunch alone, usually brought up to his room. Sometimes we'd go to the coffee shop and do you know? That many times when I told him that I was. A friend of yours. He would just smile and he would say I love that he must have a love them in. That's my guy. That's we had lack of family relationship together. You know. It was a great relationship. And I think about him every day. We all do with the reason. I brought that up not just because he loved you so much. You know just the other day was. Anniversary of his passing and It was Gerry Cooney and I were about to go on the air and Sirius Xm. When we were thirty seconds away from going on the air, we didn't know about it and our producer got this breaking news that Mohammed Ali was in the hospital and more than likely. This was it. We quickly changed the course of the show. We call George Foreman, and we told him, and he came on and gave a quick Cernan that had me Gerry. Cooney my producer. Director, everybody in tears that. Mohammed Ali whether he ever was the greatest of all time. You know what this is one of the greatest humans that have ever walked this planet. Exactly you. It right VIRPI. It was more than boxing. You know he was indeed there. It's A. It's a rarity that you have God. That are bigger than the sport a choose the. being. He was bigger than boxing. Boxing was something that happened to do and was great at it. Ready g talking to Eddie Mustafa, Muhammad, former, light heavyweight champion of the world now a championship trainer. In the place I call lost wages Nevada, the streets are empty there, but eddy the streets are barren, a New York City to, and you know if you saw the pictures of them. It's sad but I. Know that I've looked at. This is going through a long dark tunnel and we're starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I just want you to be safe and you know what we're gonNA. Be watching those heavyweights and everybody else that you train. The business needs more people like you. This planet needs more people like you I love you Eddie. Love you to ready on that I? Thank you for that. We'll speak to you real soon..
"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Used to be a Brooklyn now. He's a Las Vegan. I don't care where he is. He is a friend of boxing. He's a friend of mine. He joins us on. Boxing illustrated on Radio Eddie First, and foremost you safe in this crazy crazy world of covid nineteen. The safe and everything is gone just saying my house. Everything is great. We're I mean? Have you been locked? Basically locked away like I have I believe today's number day number eighty five of my lockdown and when I tell you locked in I have a gym. No, my house and my wife and I have our groceries draw in, and I go outside at early in the morning late at night. Do some running workout my gym. I don't go out. What about you? Stay in my home and farm TV. I got a hundred inch screen in my own. And I've been front of the TV. An. That's all I do. Well. Let me. Ask You about this Eddie before we get into any boxing. And of course there is boxing next week and I know you become a top trainer and I. Do WanNa? Talk about your amazing boxing and that night where you gain the title, in Knoxville Tennessee, but you know in this crazy crazy crazy environment with with covid nineteen killing, so many in and putting so many out of work in just It's a it's a global pandemic on top of all of that. We had a a senseless, senseless racist based murderer. If you will a week ago and and Eddie I, just know this. If more people were like you and me and so many of our other boxing friends there would be none of this problem. In the world. Right. One hundred six. Hundred percent correct. So. In Vegas, we know that there have been some protest, but it's it hasn't been apparently like there. It's been in other places. Has It seemed rather a safe listen? There's nothing wrong with protesting. It's when the rioters start and you must. You must feel on both sides listen. I feel like protesting, but I'm not going out there, but then when the rioters start, and you come from a home, I mean your your father. Was I. believe it was in new. York City COP was. Right right right. Exactly. So you know when you see these rioters and you're watching on your one hundred inch screen. And you're watching it. Bigger than I'm watching on my fifty screen or whatever you gotta be shaking your head, saying what is going on what is with this crazy world today? You feel like that. Riders voters. And, the ones that giving. The. A! Peaceful protesters are back pay. They come from all over. And just starting no. Day just starting trouble. Yeah so hopefully we'll all be able to get through all of. And there will be a very peaceful. Ending to all of this and I. Just you know it's my dream to see everybody live in the friendship that you and I have had over the years, and and so many of us. You know people knock the boxing world. People who don't know it. To me. How could you be in such a brutal world and I'll say really a brutal world. You know my best friends are in boxing, and none of these guys are brutal. Eddie Mustafa Murari was the light heavyweight champ world. He was brutal in the ring outside of the ring. He is a family man. He's got kids. He's raised. He's proud of grandkids and everything and I, really hope that one day all of us not Eddie and Randy because we've been walking in friendship and like family for years, but every year on this planet. I was. Ready, you know. It's GonNa take a little time and understanding. That's all it takes. Well hopefully, you know you've got an incredible voice out there. Your former world champion I wouldn't I would just love to get you want over and over and over again to talk to people and let them hear you and and feel the love that you exude now Eddie let me get to your boxing career. Where in the ring? That's when you were. Just a what every fighter should be in the ring. You were devastating you at fifty nine fights. You had a record of fifty wins eight losses, one draw thirty nine big knockouts monstrous. Left Hook Abbadi puncher that basically guys just don't body punch anymore and it was on the night of March thirty first nineteen eighty. When there was a triple header on ABC, Television Sugar Ray, Leonard is fighting in over Maryland Larry. Holmes of fighting in Las Vegas Nevada and you were fighting in Knoxville Tennessee along with Awe Mike Weaver against heavyweight champion John Tait and my boss and ring magazine. Burke sugar asked me. which do you want to go to? Quite frankly I wanted to go to a mall. But only one of those chords had Eddie Mustafa Muhammad on it. Had you wanted and I had to be with my buddy from the Golden Gloves Eddie Mustafa Nice sat there so proud that night. When you absolutely put on a clinic. In taking the title from the outstanding tough champion Marvin Johnson. Your remembrances of that amazing night. Well my recollection of of that night. You know at current hard for Marin. Because when you find a guy like Marvin Johnson, bring your lunch. You're going to be there for a while. And that's what I've done my tiptop condition. Mentally and physically and I went to work. You know and I found out that I can live. My left took. Could've body. and. That's exactly what I did. And you did it over and over again and it was around the fifth round, and so every time you were landing that shot. ooh, how much of this can marvin take and Marvin only a couple of years ago when I ran into him at the International Boxing Hall of fame in Kenniston and new. York I asked him about his recollections of that fight..
"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"In a near empty convention room in a near empty. Mgm Grand Casino in Las Vegas. Nevada boxing's biggest promoter top rank is leading the way back with seven shows in the month of June beginning. With Tuesday nights card? Welcome to another edition of boxing illustrated on radio. I'm your host. Randy g the commission on today's show. We will hear from three distinctly different men with three totally different types of jobs. Our first guest will be the executive director of the International Boxing Hall of fame. Ed Brophy Because of Covid, nineteen brophy has had to blend this year's class of inductees with next year's class. And joining us also will be top ranks president todd to buff. Since the lockdown started do buff has been working on medical protocols meeting with Nevada State Athletic Commission officials and executives at the MGM to ensure the safety of all involved in Tuesday's event, which will be followed by another boxing event from the same room two days later. Our final guest will be formed light heavyweight champion Eddie Mustafa Muhammad. Eddie won the title with a masterpiece stoppage of Marvin Johnson forty years ago is a transplanted new. Yorker, who has been a longtime resident of Las Vegas and has become a.
"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Them out yes NO place in Govan is heavily hi second located on the corner state Michigan and insulin and said see everything they have a bill Christmas Chevrolet dot com or by your vehicle online dot com anyway gentlemen can you got to do a quick segment because were were behind but call your shot who is the break I need if you have one if you have a couple that's fine but who is your breakout player of the season for Michigan in twenty twenty so who who is being discussed maybe discuss maybe not discussed now and then this time a year from now ransack about man what a season they had I'm gonna die on this Chris Evans hill man okay I just released I just I really think he has a phenomenal skill set for what Josh Gaddis wants to do on offense whether it's as a true running back or starting out in the backfield and motioning out into the pattern or lining up as a slot receiver maybe in the return game as a special I mean I I just think he has a he has a a really versatile skill set that and different enough from the other backs that he could really carve out a niche role and in fact I think it was was it two days ago my put up one week after we had our discussion with Mike about the what what we think what we know what we are curious about and then a prediction for I think we did quarterbacks running backs and receivers I think Chris Evans is going to lead the team in touchdowns that's my that's my big bold prediction okay might as well might be way off on that we sounds like Chardonnay was utilized and how he scored you know was it the first eleven I think we get double digit touchdowns why he did it that's a lot and I'm I might be way off but I think my point is I'm just really high and was well I'm what Chris Evans can do from a skill standpoint and from a versatility standpoint and being able to be multiple what talked about if you have Giles Jackson in the backfield I think we can probably look back at he only had a couple carries on the year but I know we lined up back there more than that that was probably a passing play if you have lined give you line Chris Evans up in the backfield you can do anything out of that you can motion about like I said or you can run you know traditional running plays so I think because I was gonna be good man I really think he's gonna be good twenty twenty and I hope he is obi's good little bit of a personal connection there like I said because I guess sort of covered him when he was like in tenth or eleventh grade and that's just kind of cool you see him come along didn't actually even have a Michigan off for the first time I saw him at a at a camp and I think it was in in the but but ran really fast forty was really athletic and impressive all day and then you no longer hold a couple years down the road he ends up becoming a Michigan player so cool to see that development and I'm just pulling for the kid and hopefully he can get back on track as a senior this is your breakout prediction you know what I want to go on a hop on the mountain that brain and bill last year and say Eric all okay yeah I try to get a catch in every single game of the season again thank you you're the dude for Eric all in my right brain jailed yeah you are and I don't have time to do is just click the all button and jailed yeah no I I think a I mean there there's gonna be a lot I think when the other position battles I know that we we are a pass that segment but I think one of the other big position battles Kyle going in is who's going to be the second guy at the tight end position I mean it's gonna be it's gonna be Mustafa Muhammad is going to be he transferred all right then I'm gonna be in them okay then in German makers is good maker will be there is a is a guy who rose pretty late in the yeah I'm watching friends DVRs like the above my head and friends is that the one where Joe we get the boat but fantastic in the fray what is I don't you're wondering what is what is joy dot share food it is branded bags right yeah I know this man's but and I think that that you know I think this could be one of the year's where him being the potential maybe second tight and on offense maybe he does have a breakout year where I mean how we've seen that with a couple of tight ends in years past we've seen it with you know dobby subject but had himself a big here but also that you're didn't why muscle forgetting the name Jack gentry gentry at the himself Bredesen season as well to and I mean the list goes on I mean I think Eric all could be it could be that guy that could be the the underlying the the low key you know offense of guy that no one is really paying attention to could be the short yardage redzone guy yeah who knows would not be the first freshman sophomore jump that a that a tight and has made really all of these tight ends have done that I mean it is a lot to learn you have to develop your body you have to develop as a blocker I like that pick any other shoe shop and I just shot my shot all right I'm gonna go with one on offense one on defense on defense it's kind of a give me so you know that's why doing one on offense but I I think Chris and I think he's got it all I think he's he's physically developed I think I think his his awareness of the game is is that I just think it's hard as a defensive tackle to make an impact in your one you really don't see it very often so I think I think he's he's in for a big season thank you offers a little bit a bit more burst than Carlo camper co come brings lots of table I think what we're talking about in terms of providing some push on the inside is brandy quit sending me funny but anyway I I think the push they they christen can bring I think that's going to make him pretty dangerous and I realize that there's room for a couple tackles for loss and sacks is especially mean and he actually weird as it sounds he finished with more tackles than Michael to imported last season and he wasn't starting and for a few games he wasn't really playing that much so I think he's an impact player on the offense aside the ball go to guy going up against them in practice I mean I I've I've vouch for Blake Corum I vouch for AJ Henning as well but I'm gonna go with Zach carpenter I I just I think there's something there I think yeah he was someone that really turned a lot heads in fall camp last year for those who don't know he was a high three star recruit but Michigan beat out Clemson for him in the state of Ohio so it's some pretty a guy who might not be as touted but it is branded mentioned his strength is really high and I think I think ed Warner can work with him he's an ed Warner guy at Warner knows the state of Ohio pretty well from his time at Ohio state I think this was someone they they he was really excited about and I don't mean to make it so simple because Steve it's been else also getting a great degree down at Vanderbilt he's very very intelligent guy I don't think if they felt this good about carpenter spinel transfer so quickly he transferred before I even left the stadium after the citrus bowl so and announced enter the portal I should say didn't officially transfer but yeah I think I think it's a lot of buzz for carpenter and I'm buying I'm buying it so anyway we'll have a break can't say for sure what we're gonna do on the other side there is the potential for an interview there is also potential for a pretty intense discussion it would probably take us to the end of the show I will see this inside the huddle for a second fifty double tickets ticket this is Damon Amanda.
"mustafa muhammad" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Of these other players like Christian Turner for example had well he was starting running back in the peach bowl but he's technically a redshirt freshman but the question we're tackling here is which redshirt freshman I don't remember if I said most excited or will have the biggest impact but will it will have the biggest breakout season and why I I'll let you guys calibrating and come up with your answer while I go over some of the key candidates jail may feel talked about him could be the starting right tackle Jim Turner talked about him he could be the starting running back Hammond my grown as a as a big fan of him could be could emerge as a linebacker well he is a linebacker a starting linebacker Vincent gray seems to be likely to be the starting cornerback if every Thomas does not return and take the job could there be players on the defensive line you know die a Julius well Shaath type there could be well who else I think enough when Taylor upshot it was a project last year but maybe he's ready to yeah they they I mean a lot of these recruits and and you and Steve and everyone else who covers are cream I talked to when it was clear that they couldn't sell starting spots to a lot of recruits and they weren't necessarily gonna get the top fifty heavy hitters it seemed like they chose guys that they can develop in Joh Milton is a good example of that they can't say he's gonna start the next well they still can't say is that gonna start the next two or three years but he's someone that they think if he can reach the ceiling he can really really really be something special in July as well south to good example someone that they're thinking well if you can fill in your frame you can do this so is another damn really high on after watching him doing drills before he got his offer okay with that he was there was no drop well there was a drop of between Rashan Gary the Julie as well shop and the drill but like he was coming in you know Carlo camp was still you know a tweener at that time and like what Carlo camp in of Louisa lane and Julius well shop it in quite nicely that that was at the camp couple years ago because the team is the only defensive line I thank you looks pretty ready in the spring game for sure hard to gauge too much okay so redshirt freshman anyone want to go first I came in have an answer I can go all right like you said on the high end camera grown it was hard to not go with Christian Turner because I think ill we start out the years as the starter I think a lot of getting the not over true but I think I am a grown is going to be a guy that throughout the season you might not you might not while you in weeks one or two but I think we as the season wears on you're gonna hear his name more and more guess you'll see once you'll start getting into the rotation he'll definitely I think be a part of the rotation I think he has the skill set and the ability to come in and really assert himself I think he has the sideline to sideline speed because I've seen it first hand comparable to Devin bush I think even though he doesn't get that type of hype because he played in Indianapolis but the I rated it higher rated the bush was bush was three twelve from a grown is one nineteen in the composite man and five star by twenty four seven actually too so has that type of capability to be able to come in and and and you know is rated that by twenty four seven for price their rankings is the number one outside linebacker question is it gonna be outside is gonna be inside where is he going to pull through and I think that will be figured out during fall camp as if he's behind both Josh Ross and Jordyn Anthony then that would be the copy out you know with or Z. behind Devin Gil and Jordan glass go but I think that he was a guy that's going to be able to rise up that depth chart no matter where you put in and I think he's gonna be able to make an impact injury kept him off the field last year I think he would have been a guy that would have been able to cross training we would've seen last year but he didn't he didn't dress until halfway through the year I at that point they're saying well yeah your red shirting exactly so other candidates for those that are curious about the list your mind green safety has signed Haskins who talked about him look shoemaker talked about him they're both at running back Michael Barrett whose plane back up viper Vinson grace we said Julie swell shop been banned Sumer in talked about him so I Lucien makes that running back I got him in red simmering confused what's up Muhammad yet mentioned area yep yep I'm working up the list saying if Austin Taylor upshot Christian Turner Jim on green Ryan Hey stealing may feel Joh Milton Mustafa Muhammad in an obviously my ground Andrew I'm gonna go with Christian Turner just because I think it's first all the definitely the one I think that Michigan fans will notice the most as far as offense of line right it'll be more visible yeah sure and then secondly I think that we're talking a little bit in the break that running the ball to me actually massive for Michigan and if they can run the ball on when when they need to especially in the right situation when I'm actually make a gimmicky and they're losing chronic then who was full of a call for them last had a big role for them so I think it's definitely an important position to fill yeah yeah I I agree and for those curious Christian Turner scouting like when people go and say what is traits were in high school it looks very similar to chronic then and and Michigan parent Lee from some sources twenty four seven have said that yeah crimes kind of the the prototype for him and I think that your crown had a quiet freshman season and then started to show he can do as a sophomore so I'm certainly certainly a good candidates best if you can win out the starting job in turn drew you got one yeah I was gonna go if jail in Mayfield okay I was saying about Christian Turner but my feeling on the running back position is that like all three of those guys with truth and it's actually been our all going to get similar mounted touches and I am I am a fan is that Sharma now I think I'd be awesome if if he broke through and so I just think from everything I'm hearing June may feel it is is an extremely talented offense of linemen guys even hang out in this room too much is very athletic and and his his goal is always to get up his size of the three seventeen now I'm I mean that's the game in like fifty pounds in eighteen months looks completely different than he does he okay okay I mean that's I mean and that's that's a good fifty pounds nine I mean he was always he was always someone that they want to bulk up because he was he's athletic maybe a little undersized but that's the new formula that's the new approach to how they get the most out or get the most impactful offense of linemen do you have more you want to add well I like how many games is to actually play in I hate it when he started to okay so I just think like that kind of experience argument like that's not a ton of experience that he has over yes somebody it's not in it's not like he was starting last year and there's this recruit trying to knock him out right right I know there are of games both fighting brain for new roles Midler got one I think it's probably gonna be Christian Turner I mean it's it's one of those things where the running back position is kind of the dumbest open door it you know he is going to be probably one of the more competitive position bad you know positions on the offense is I the ball that's gonna come up this is you know going into the season and give me your sense we just kind of throw a dart against a wall you know against the jamb board of player names and they okay who's gonna be okay can be Germany could be Christian Turner could be you know Ronnie belt who knows maybe I'll throw my saner still and you know kind of one of those things I think I mean he's got I think enough experience in the backfield where he could be probably one more break out backs if when the running game gets cake then so that's why we go CT yeah yeah I think he's gonna have the most visible one do one I do want to acknowledge me Vincent gray sounds like somebody who's going to emerge as as as something you know Jim on green and Warner back as well one time of that too with with not knowing the the extent of Ambriz situation could become visible I think I'm actually gonna go well I'm gonna go Turner because that's a safe pick but jailing may feel I think is is the person I think he has that potential to be the big break stupid I'll just go to jail in Mayfield technically could also go Lucia lane he's got as medical and then redshirted in the officially as a medical as far as I know okay certainly should so could go through evil and I'm gonna go with may field I'm withdrew I probably influenced through a lot this summer about it I think he's gonna be that and he's gonna be Michigan's Nexstar tackle and and I think I think you start to see some of that this year couple other names I think they're worth acknowledging the stuff Muhammad yes I'm accuse locking down the tight end position of Muhammad some of the can do a lot of different things in Michigan's Michigan's offense I know people wonder how the tight ends will be used I wonder how the Titans will be used but I think he's someone that could it could make an ascension and then get US does say big speed the space yeah I think I think a few of the other guys you need an extra year Mike there it probably is more of a next year yes you maker well shot off I think those are your three players but anyway let's get a break on the other side will close up and we'll talk about your freshman inside the huddle sports talk ten fifty Debbie to get a ticket we're here at circle K..
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"To brain and Brown of the wolverine that come just the other day, I think, on Sunday tight end Matt few Hefner from Burke, Virginia six four to twenty eight three star committed to the wolverines. He's there number ten commitment in this class of two thousand twenty to give us a scouting report. Brandon your thoughts on hitter. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's interesting how this kind of all developed, he just picked his offer up, I think nine days before he committed. So obviously, this was a pretty quick moving recruitment. And it's easy to understand because when he played last fall, he was only about one hundred ninety pounds. So he's put on, you know, almost forty pounds since since he finished his junior year junior year junior season of football just really got after in the weight room. It's not listen, dietitians, and nutritionists and bulked up was on a really high calorie diet at the weights really hard. And he's up to. About. Yeah. Almost two thirty now. So that'll that'll change recruitment in a in a pretty big way. I mean when you go watch a game and you see a tight end or receiver or D N, and he's six four one ninety okay pretty good. You know, good athlete nice player and then you come back and you watch them again. And now he's six four to thirty that changes things quite a bit. Really good athlete had outstanding showing at the rivals camp in Washington DC. I'm really bummed out. I was at that camp. But he didn't have a Michigan offer. So I really didn't even pay attention to them. There were a lot of kids there with some Michigan interests. So had plenty of other stuff to take a look at. But once I found out he did really well at the DC camp. I was kind of bummed I wasn't paying attention to that position group but was was billed as the best tight end in attendance. That day there's a little clip that rivals threw up from him yesterday, about thirty or forty seconds long, again, shorts and tee shirts. But the way moves the way he catches the ball away from his body, his size athleticism at two thirty he was he was losing guys. I mean running by guys. You know, a lot of lot of misdirection with his shoulders and his head on his on his routes, really creating a lot of separation. And then when when guys tried to bully him. He was just too big, and too strong to now at two hundred thirty pounds. So from all things on the surface right now I haven't seen him in person. So I, I can't give a real solid firsthand observation of what I saw, but in watching the clip watching his highlights and then talking to some people who have coached him, including his head coach and some people close to it. It's a good pickup. I mean, he's, you know, he's not listed nationally in terms of position, rakings anita's just three star, but I suspect he will get a long hard, look at where he kind of fits in the, the big tight end picture in the country because of how developed physically, and of course now that he's committed to Michigan. There's going to be some more eyeballs on them. Yeah. Where does he fit into? I mean that's what we're looking at nationally. Where does he fit into the picture for Michigan at the tight end position? Yeah. So Michigan, obviously has a commitment in place still from Nick Patterson. The three sorry to San Antonio. San Antonio Christian, the younger brother of shape. Patterson we talked about him last week or the week before but he's been looking around a little bit. He committed way before Josh Gaddis was hired. So there's kind of thought now that his days, a Michigan commit are probably numbered haven't got that directly from Patterson himself. But I know people that are in the area down there in San Antonio. No for affect that. He's looking around and not really trying to hide it, but also not not doing it because of anything that he's super unhappy about with Michigan. But you know when there's a change in offense and philosophy that affects those kinds of things. So he was looking around a little bit. Michigan is still recruiting field Johnson really hard. The four star tight end out of Windsor Ontario. He was just on campus over the weekend. Had a really good showing did a workout for coach thrown more. So he's he's he's targeting. Number one on the board, even with hip and the fold even with Paterson in the fold even with Joel Royer still kind of being on the radar although Royer three star tight end out of Ohio, just picked up an Ohio State offer kind of going back to our, our first discussion. He's got an Ohio State offer now. So that might be kind of a moot point at this point. But the Johnson target number one met Hefner in the fold solid not looking around late developing, so I don't think anything's going to change for him moving forward in kind of a wait and see with with Patterson. You know, when obviously Josh Gazza's, inheriting Nick Eubanks, Sean mccune, Mustafa Muhammad Luke's, June maker, and Eric all. And now here's Hefner, who's the first tight end that they offer since he's become offensive coordinator. Do we know what a tight end is gonna supposed to look like any Josh status offense? A little more fleet of foot a little more of a passing a pass catching threat than a true in line blocker both of these, I mean, even Patterson is not. I mean he's smaller than smaller than hip. I think he's listed at six three to twenty or two fifteen. Maybe even so he could be different from that. But at this point, but, but point is he's not six to fifty five someone you're gonna stick on the end of the line of scrimmage and have him seal, you know, big defensive ends and stuff like that. They want guys that are fleet of foot can take a big reach step, get out on the edge, and seal from the outside to, to work the speed and space, you know, sideline to sideline all parts of the field and be a threat down the seam in in the in the passing game. So as much more important for these guys go to block in space than it is to block and traditional tight end. You know, you're on the line. You've got your heating on the ground type of thing. I think so I mean that's never going to go away completely tight ends in Jim Harbaugh head coach that and I just think it's you have to be able to do it. I mean you have to be able to do that because there's going to be times where you want to run the ball. And you've got to have a tight end that you can count on. I mean, they don't have to be like I just said, they don't have to be to sixty and you know, run not able to run sub five forties or something. But I think we're going to see a slight change in how these guys are used. And maybe how they how they look and how they're built. I mean you look at guys like Nick Eubanks, and Sean McEwen. They're, they're pretty big dudes. I mean Sean mcewen's north of two fifty I'd be shocked. If Nick Eubanks wasn't as well hidden or might be by the time he gets out of high school. I mean he put on forty pounds last year. He's already up to two thirty with a full year of high school the goal, but Eric, all is a little thinner. You know, more than athletic jumbo receiver tight end type. So, yeah, it looks like it's shifting just a little bit. But if you can't block it all, I don't think the coaches are going. To be interested. You've got to be able to do that, but then also be an athlete at the same time. How important is it for Michigan? The recruiting strategy obviously they want guys that fit Josh Gaddis is offense but there's a little bit of, maybe you don't want to overreact, too much because there's there is kind of a feeling out there that have Josh Gad is a successful after two or three years that he's going to position himself to become a head coach. And if you're recruiting two thousand twenty and two hundred twenty one tight ends and wide receivers and all these things for his offense and all of a sudden he leaves. You. I mean, are do you go out there and hire another guy like Josh Gad award is that I mean, how much does that impact anytime that you got position coaches coming and going. Just I just don't think you can recruit on what if I just I just don't think that's I don't think that's a smart approach. You don't know how it's going to play out, you don't we don't even know if what Gaddis is doing going to work yet. So I mean like to start saying we're not gonna quite recruit to assist him because he might leave or I just don't think you can do that. You recruit the best players you can possibly recruit all the time. I don't I don't think it matters. I think you in speed translates, if you recruit for speed and space right now and maybe you get a new offense coordinator, and a couple of years. Well fast guys are still fast. That's not a problem like that. Something you can work with. I just don't think you can look at it like that. I think Michigan's gonna always recruit guys that they, they want that are fits on the field off the field. I mean that's something that's, that's not just lip service. I mean, you talk to these kids, I talked to these kids. I mean hip nerve when you look at his offer list, he's got most of the Ivy league. Princeton Harvard, Yale. Dartmouth. He's got, like a four point three adjusted GPA, over fourteen hundred on T Lake Michigan. Goes after a certain kind of kid, so it's got check a lot of boxes. And again, if, if you've got an athletic tight end, who maybe isn't quite as big or you've got some receivers that are really fast, but they're not quite as tall like meals guys can still play like they can play just about any system fast as fast athletic athletic. So those are the kind of guys that in most cases you can fit to play, just about any system. I know we've, we've seen that not work out so well in the past at Michigan, but I just don't think you can tailor how you recruit based on. We'll maybe in two years. Things might look a little different. The games always changing philosophies are changing the teams in the. You know, your opponents. I mean, there's just too many moving parts to change how you recruit based on some of those things that might happen in three years are.