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McCOLLOUG H
Continued from Page 5A
Perry rushed for 78 yards against Notre Dame, including a
costly fourth-quarter fumble, and 14 yards against Iowa at the
Big House. Oh, what could have been.
And then there's Baraka, the most recent highly-touted tail-
back dropout from the maize and blue camp. Baraka, a
Portage native, was the prize of Michigan's 2001 class. In the
summer before his freshman season, Baraka was arrested
twice for possession of marijuana. Carr decided to force
Baraka to sit out his freshman season, but allowed him to stay
on scholarship and retain four years of eligibility. But Baraka
blew it. He was dismissed from the team in April 2002.
If you're keeping score at home or in lecture, that's two
years, two top-ranked running backs out of the picture. Oh,
what could have been.
So here we are, it's signing day 2003, and when I glance over
Michigan's list of commitments, there are two running backs,
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Jerome Jackson and Anton Campbell - both of whom Carr
mentioned might play defense. Maybe he has given up on blue-
chip running back recruits like Fargas and Baraka all together.
With the Michigan backfield situation as it is, how are
there not at least three or four running back recruits in this
class? Especially when there are positions on this team that
are stockpiled with talent. Wide receiver should be set for
years. There are two blue-chip quarterbacks waiting for John
Navarre to graduate. The offensive line is young and deep.
The only thing holding this offense back is a stable of
dependable running backs.
But it might not be so bad. The Wolverines brought in six
(SIX!) talented defensive backs in this class. All Carr has to
do to fix his problems in the offensive backfield is take a page
out of the Justin Fargas book and turn it upside down.
Move them to running back. It's just that simple.
J Brady McCollough can be reached at bradymcc@umich.edu.

SIGNEES
Continued from Page 5A
BARAKA'S SAGA: Carr also comment-
ed on Kelly Baraka, one of the top
recruits in the nation two years ago,
who was dismissed from the football
team last spring. There were rumors
during the fall semester of Baraka's
return to the team because he was
enrolled at the University. Now that
Baraka is no longer enrolled, it is clear
he will not wear the maize and blue
again. Asked if Baraka ever had a
chance to return to the football team,
Carr responded in a concise manner.
"Hypothetically."
Carr went on to wish Baraka the best
in the future.

The newest Wolverines
Michigan signed 17 players yesterday who will join the Wolverines for the start
of next season. The class of 2003-04:

Name
Prescott Burgess
Anton Campbell
Shawn Crable
Brandent Englemon
Leon Hall
Jerome Jackson
Adam Kraus
Jake Long
Quinton McCoy
Ryan Mundy
William Paul
James Presley
Clayton Richard
Garrett Rivas
Patrick Sharrow
LaMarr Woodley
Jeffrey Z uttah

Position
Safety
RB/DB
Linebacker
Cornerback
Cornerback
Running back
Tight end
Offensive lineman
Cornerback
Safety
Defensive end
Linebacker
Quarterback
Kicker
Offensivelineman
Linebacker
Offensive lineman

HometownI
Warren, Ohio
O'Fallon, Mo.
Massillon, Ohio
Covington, Ky.
Vista, Calif.
Saginaw
New Orleans
Lapeer
Waterford Township
Wilkins Township, Pa.
Chesterfield, Mo.
M ilford
Lafayette, Ind.
Tampa, Fla.
Monroe
Saginaw
Edison, N.J.

Height
6-4
6-0
6-6
6-1
6-1
6-0
6-6
6-6
5-11
6.1
6-4
6-2
6-4
5-10
6-3
6-3
6-4

Weight
215
180
230
170
170
195
260
290
180
210
252
220
220
180
270
250
275

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Continued from Page 5A
be coming to Ann Arbor, but they will be
roommates as well.
"I'm a neat freak, and I like to
rearrange things. I don't know about
(LaMarr)," Jackson ;«..
said.
Woodley com-
mented on his ability x
to make a mess: "It's
going to be hard ... I
just come back and
get it the next day. I Jackson
guess Jerome is
going to be the daddy around the house."
While the two teammates expressed
much desire to go to Michigan and
were happy with their choices, both
have some memorable experiences
from the recruiting trail.
"Purdue flew me in on a private jet,"
Jackson said. "They showed me a lot of
love, and it was hard telling Coach
(Brock) Spack - he's the defensive
coordinator, he was recruiting me - that
I was going to another school, but I
appreciate everything he did for me."
While Jackson was getting treated
like royalty, in some places Woodley
couldn't even get recruited at the posi-
tion he wanted.
"I cut (Oklahoma) off a long time
ago," Woodley said. "They were recruit-
ing me as a defensive end, and I wasn't
going to play defensive end."
One part of the recruiting process
that both players had to endure was
saying no to Michigan State -
though the Spartans had made it easi-
er for them when Bobby Williams was
fired in the middle of last season.
"(Tuesday) night, I talked to
(Michigan State assistant head)
coach Reggie Mitchell - he was
one of the coaches to remain after
coach Bobby Williams got fired -
because (LaMarr and I) had a really
good relationship with him," Jackson

said. "That was a hard day telling
him no, because he was recruiting us
from the beginning. But he under-
stood and he wished me good luck."
The fact that Michigan State took until
mid-December to name a successor to
Williams also hurt the Spartans' chances
of getting the two recruits.
"With Coach Williams there, we had a
great communication with him," Wood-
ley said. "He wasn't always talking about
football when he called us, he was talk-
ing about life. When he got fired it just
shocked me, because we had such a great
relationship. And (Michigan State)
stopped contacting us, they weren't call-
ing as much. Coach Mitchell was calling,
but he wasn't calling as much as he was
when coach Williams was there. They
took so long to hire a head coach (John
L. Smith), you really didn't get a chance
to know him."
Even with the delay, had the Spartans
landed defensive-minded coach Marvin
Lewis - who was responsible for build-
ing the 2000 Baltimore Ravens' record-
setting defense - it would have been
much tougher for Woodley to commit to
Michigan.
On whether he would have been don-
ning the Spartan "S" yesterday had
Lewis been coaching Michigan State,
Woodley said: "I don't even know. Prob-
ably would, probably ... I don't even
know. (Lewis) didn't get the job."
Lewis is in Cincinnati coaching the
Bengals, and Michigan fans can rejoice
in having a 250-pound linebacker that
can run the 40-yard dash in 4.7 seconds.
No other player in Lemming's top-25
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"Here you gotta train yourself, you're
doing what you can do,"-Woodley said.
"Down there, they've got personal train-
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your strength. So I think I'll be even bet-
ter when I go down there.
"I'm going to try to bring what I can
bring. I don't like to talk too much, you
know, I just like to show what I can do."

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