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Standifer to play for Big Blue!!!

June 2, 2011
By Wyideopen Video Productions of Wyideopen Sports

Jun 2nd 2011

Anthony Standifer: 2012 Michigan Wolverine — Cornerback — Profile

AUTHOR: GBMWolverine Staff | IN: 2012 Michigan Commit | COMMENTS: None Yet |

Posted at 8:00am — 6/2/2011

Anthony Standifer: 2012 Michigan Wolverine — Cornerback — Profile

GBMWolverine readers: Here is a brief overview of recent commitment Anthony Standifer from Crete-Monee High School — Crete, Illinois.

GBMWolverine Recruiting Profile for Michigan Commit Anthony Standifer.

Height: 6’1
Weight: 178
Number: 3
Current Position: Cornerback
Future Position: Cornerback or box Safety
City/State: Crete, Illinois
High School: Crete-Monee
Head Coach: Jerry Verde
Recruiter: Coach Jeff Hecklinski
Committed: 6/1/2011
Top 5 other Offers: Cincinnati, Iowa, Minnesota, Notre Dame, and Syracuse.
Rankings: 247: 3-star … ESPN: N/A … Rivals: N/A … Scout: 3-star.
40-Time: 4.77
20-yard shuttle: 4.40
Vertical Jump: 26.0
Class: 2012 Michigan Wolverine Recruiting Class (Verbal Commit).


Anthony Standifer


We based our evaluation on Anthony from his Junior year film, but reportedly he had an outstanding workout which lead to much more interest in him.

Anthony is a physical cornerback prospect, one who could also play safety.

Anthony also has the skills to help on special teams. He is long and rangy with a good frame and long arms. Anthony had 44 tackles and 9 interceptions in his junior year and has a 2.7 GPA.


Anthony is excellent in run defense and fills the lane/alley well.

He maintains proper leverage in run support and is a solid tackler. He shows good reaction and quickness coming out of breaks. Reads routes, has good ball skills and also shows very good hands. Anthony does a good job covering punts.

Needs work:

Anthony is not a burner, and perhaps more than anything will need to improve his explosiveness and overall speed.

He plays a bit stiff and even though he hips out okay it is not a fluid and smooth hip movement.

He sometimes gives up deep leverage, which always makes us a bit nervous.

His fundamentals also need to improve, including bending his knees, developing a better stance, and improving footwork.

Red-shirt or play his Freshman Year?

GBMWolverine believes he will red-shirt his freshman year.

Anthony Standifer reminds the GBMWolverine Staff of — Former Michigan Football Player — Jeremy LeSueur — who played Cornerback.

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