The Michigan Wolverines football program earned the commitment of two new players: defensive tackle Terry Talbott, and Terry's brother, Terrance Talbott. Terrance was recruited to play the cornerback position. Both positions at Michigan are in dire need of talented playmakers.
The Talbott brothers specifications are as follows:
DT Terry Talbott, 6-3, 265 lbs, Wayne High School (Huber Heights, OH), 4.87 speed. 3-Star, No. 50 DT in the nation. Terry's offer list included Cincy, Wisconsin, NC State, Michigan State, Kent State and Toledo.
Terrance Talbott, 5-9, 172 lbs, Wayne High School (Huber Heights, OH), 4.5 speed. 1-Star, unranked CB. Terrance's offer list included Cincy, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Toledo and Ball State.
OK, so Mr. Terrance Talbott is getting just about zero love right now by Scout.com and Rivals.com. But watch the footage at 00:21 as he absolutely tattoed another Michigan recruiting target, 4-star and No. 6 TE in the nation Alex Smith, of (CORRECTION): Lakota West High School (West Chester, OH). Choice.
The Talbott brothers helped to lead Wayne High School to an 8-4 record in 2008.
Both return for the 2009 season alongside star Warrior quarterback, and OSU recruiting target, Braxton Miller for the 2009 campaign.
Welcome to the Michigan family, Terry and Terrance!
Here is the Talbott family crest:
Their family motto?
That's "Ready to Accomplish".
Rodriguez's recruiting strategy is finally starting to emphasize the much needed defensive position players. The next 7 months are going to be a lot of fun on the recruiting front.