2015 DT Recruit Darian Roseboro Decommits From The Michigan Wolverines


When a coveted college football team suddenly starts to falter, incoming recruits start to take notice.

When that historic program falls into a pit of embarrassment and shame, recruits start to take notice.

When those recruits realize the trap door that they’re about to walk into, just like LeBron James, they take their talents elsewhere.

It was a new low for the Michigan Wolverines and head coach Brady Hoke last Saturday. A low so low, the Eastern Michigan Eagles are giggling to themselves six miles away in Ypsilanti, knowing that they currently have the same amount of losses as their superior.

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In their first Big Ten conference game of the season, loyal Wolverine fans were able to witness a blood bath at the Big House by Minnesota, a rival that has a reputation in getting demolished by the maize and blue for decades.

Putting in sophomore and Warren De La Salle product Shane Morris at quarterback should have solved the issues Michigan had on offense for the past three weeks, but it was the Golden Gophers who walked out of Ann Arbor with the Little Brown Jug for the second time in 28 years.

Despite getting an opportunity to receive two free tickets to the game by purchasing two 20 ounce bottles of Coca-Cola, students had the nerve (sarcasm) to start a “Fire Brandon” chant, which was echoed across the stadium. They even felt it was necessary to boo whenever Michigan botched a play, which occurred multiple times.

So if you’re a recruit that’s already committed to Michigan, why wouldn’t you be second guessing yourself? Freshman Jabrill Peppers almost backed out of his commitment but stuck with it, and look at how that’s treating him.

High school senior Darian Roseboro understands the situation and has decided to take the initiative in not contribute to the clown show called Michigan football next year.

Roseboro, a four-star recruit from Lincolnton, NC, announced that he will no longer call himself a Wolverine as he tweeted earlier on Monday that he decommited from the program.

From his Twitter account @DarianRoseboro: “I have officially decommitted from the university of Michigan.” The 6-foot-4, 285 machine was ranked the sixth best strong-side defensive end by 24/7 sports.

According to Steve Lorenz of 24/7 sports, Roseboro has interest in Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Tennessee and NC State.

Roseboro isn’t the only recruit that’s taking a long look at Michigan. Reports say that four-star corner commit Garrett Taylor and five-star tight end Chris Clark have interest in touring other schools.

Right now, Michigan has no defensive ends in their 2015 class with Roseboro heading off to greener pastures. This now bring the number of recruits down to 10, including Clark and Taylor.

The other eight include four-star safety Tyree Kinnel, four-star wide receiver Brian Cole, four-star linebacker Darrin Kirkland, four-star running back Mike Weber, four-star quarterback Alex Malzone, four-star offensive tackle Grant Newsome, kicker Andrew David and three star offensive lineman Jon Runyan Jr.