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Thursday, April 26, 2007

Leon Hall Goes With Nike

Michigan Wolverine Leon Hall, an All-American at DB, has signed an endorsement deal with Nike. He joins eight other NFL prospects who signed with the sporting goods giant: JaMarcus Russell, Brady Quinn, Calvin Johnson, Gaines Adams, Amobi Okoye, Marshawn Lynch, Adrian Peterson and Greg Olsen. The group is being promoted as part of the Nike Rookie Class 2007.



Ed. Note: In the interest of full disclosure, the tip for this story came from somebody associated with Nike. Unfortunately, however, Benny and I received no goods, services or other considerations for putting up this post. Which is a shame, really. Hell, we're whores. You'd be reading posts somehow tying U-M football to Best Buy or Wal-Mart or Dan's Plasma Shack if we could score some free shit out of this damn time suck of a blog.

3 comments:

TitleIX said...

Ka-Ching! goes Leon.

ps--thanks for the hot pic too.
bet there's an 8 pack under there....

as my friend Andy sez (kinda?)...
mmmmmm 8 packs

beast in 'bama said...

I'm not convinced about Olson and Quinn, but the rest of those guys should have very good professional careers.

Gaines Adams is probably the one you might not have heard of - he can play a little.

Out of Conference said...

Gaines was nasty for Clemson. Glad we no longer have to face him. Gaines was the guy that ate the kicker and placeholder against BC in that gamebreaker performance that was up for votes (the contest that the play of Auburn v. FLA won). His stats at the Combine alone should secure a very early draft choice for himself.