Jim Harbaugh claims Michigan will break Georgia’s NFL draft record

The head football coach at Michigan, Jim Harbaugh, is considering Georgia football for the next season.

It has been reported that Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh began including a ‘Beat Georgia’ session in the team’s practices earlier this year.

According to what Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh revealed to Bruce Feldman of The Athletic this week, the Wolverines will break the NFL record for most consecutive dry games (15), which the Bulldogs set in 2022.

It would seem that the Wolverines have a substantially lower overall skill pool when compared to the nation’s top programs.

In the Bud Elliotts blue-chip ratio rankings, which rate institutions based on the quality of their recruits, the University of Michigan comes in at number sixteen throughout the country.

The game between Georgia and Ohio State, ranked third and second, is scheduled for November 25.

The Wolverines certainly have a chance to be among the top programs regarding draught picks in the 2024 draught, but it is unreasonable to anticipate that they will reach 15 picks.

This is especially true when one considers that schools such as Georgia, Ohio State, and Alabama routinely have the highest recruiting rates in the country.

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