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BRYCE UNDERWOOD PREDICTION AHEAD OF TOMORROW'S COMMITMENT

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By LONN PHILLIPS SULLIVAN


Here we geaux.....a pick we've had in since mid November, the #1 QB in America, Bryce Underwood will make his move to either LSU, Alabama, Michigan, Oregon, Penn State or Florida State....and tomorrow, January 6th will be the decision day for the Michigan-native.


Despite watching his home-state Wolverines surge into a "CFP Playoff perennial" over the past few seasons under Head Coach Jim Harbaugh, Underwood's attention and visits tell a whole different story than a simple surface examination.


Narrowly missing out on his 3rd straight state championship among Michigan's Division I (winning the last two in 2022 and 2021), Underwood has thrown over 2,500 yards, 35+ touchdowns and rushed for 6+ rushing scores in each of his 3 seasons, now Bryce is eclipsing all of his prior on-field production:


Winning the Gatorade Michigan Football Player of the Year, Bryce registered another campaign of incredible numbers, insatiable growth, and nonstop victories:

Underwood tossed 3,329 passing yards, 41 TD passes with only 4 interceptions, recording 4 games of 300+ passing yards, as well as another 5 appearances where Belleville's QB completed 80% of his passes or higher. Displaying his dual threat prowess, the future Tiger also added 7 rushing scores, averaging 6.6 per rush.

Still, why would a QB from Michigan, during a season where Jim Harbaugh has sent the Wolverines back to the top of college football, want to move down to Baton Rouge and become a Tiger?

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