4-Star Michigan Recruit Suffers Season-Ending Injury

first_imgAn exterior view of Michigan Stadium prior to a game.ANN ARBOR, MI – SEPTEMBER 6: General view of the entrance to Michigan Stadium prior to the game between the Michigan Wolverines and the Houston Cougars on September 6, 2003 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Michigan defeated Houston 50-3. (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Getty Images)Defensive end Braiden McGregor, one of the top players in Michigan’s 2020 recruiting class, was enjoying a strong senior season at Port Huron Northern High School. Unfortunately, his season is now over after a serious injury.According to The Michigan Insider, McGregor suffered a severe leg injury and will miss the rest of the year. Per the report, he has torn his MCL, PCL and meniscus.McGregor is slated to undergo surgery on the injuries this week.The Michigan Insider also noted that the injuries will prevent him from playing in the Under Armour All-American Bowl, the Polynesian Bowl and the Hall of Fame World Bowl. But he reportedly will still enroll early at Michigan this coming winter. Four-star DE and Michigan commit Braiden McGregor done for the rest of his senior season:https://t.co/ZWT2m2uwiK pic.twitter.com/k16JlJk4qZ— 247Sports (@247Sports) October 14, 2019McGregor is the No. 106 overall prospect in the country, according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. He is the No. 4 strong-side defensive end in the nation, and the No. 2 prospect from the state of Michigan.In his junior year, McGregor exploded onto the scene with an eye-popping 99 tackles, 13 tackles for loss, eight sacks, two forced fumbles and two picks.He followed up the season by committing to the Wolverines in May.“I’m staying home, I’m a wolverine” pic.twitter.com/gPpNYusH1e— Braiden McGregor (@BraidenMcgregor) May 25, 2019Hopefully the surgery goes well and he’ll be able to begin his college career with no setbacks.last_img read more

Boys basketball: King’s Way Christian 78, Stevenson 58

first_img Share: The Columbian Jono Blackledge led the Bulldogs with 16 points.KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 78, STEVENSON 58KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN — Khal Cason 6, Kobi Cason 11, Gage Koenders 0, Kefentse Cason 6, Mason Packer 0, Bryce Dodge 6, Justin Frahm 8, Brady Metz 31, Bailey Meek 2, Bryson Metz 8. Totals 33-53 (11-23) 1-3 78.STEVENSON — Brady Hall 0, Jesse Miller 8, Jono Blackledge 16, Lincoln Krog 8, Preston Lowery 0, Charles Hobbs 2, Alec VanPelt 6, Connor Blair 0, Isaac Hoidal 7, Willy Lanz 2, Nolan Boucher 5, Cooper Morrison 2, Bennett Wright 2. Totals 20-53 (9-22) 9-19 58.King’s Way 18 17 30 13–78Stevenson 16 14 11 17–58JV — Boys basketball: King’s Way Christian 78, Stevenson 58 Share: Tags Published: January 23, 2019, 9:27pm center_img Receive latest stories and local news in your email: King’s Way Christian KnightsStevenson Bulldogs GO Brady Metz hit a school record nine 3-pointers to score a game-high 31 points and lead hot-shooting King’s Way Christian to a 78-58 win at Stevenson in Trico League boys basketball on Wednesday.The Knight shot 62 percent from the field (33 for 53). King’s Way used a 30-11 edge in the third quarter to open up a game the Knights led 35-30 at halftime.Metz was 9 for 15 from 3-point range and he also had five assists.Khal Cason had 16 rebounds, 10 assists and four steals, and Bryson Metz had eight points and seven assists.The Knights also played tough defense in Stevenson’s top scorer Isaac Hoidal, holding him to seven points on 3-of-16 shooting. He came into the game averaging 19.4 points a game. By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.last_img read more