Braylon Edwards wonders why Michigan isn't recruiting his brother, Chelsea's Berkley Edwards
Those in and around the Michigan football program are thrilled with Brady Hoke's roaring start to the 2013 recruiting class.
There is one notable dissenter. Former Wolverines receiver Braylon Edwards chided Hoke on Tuesday night for failing to recruit his younger brother, Chelsea High School running back Berkley Edwards.
"I don't understand how my brother has the 8th (fastest) time in the country in the 60m, ran for 1800 yards last year and 20 and UofM wontcall," Edwards tweeted around 8 p.m.
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Berkley Edwards -- a 5-foot-8, 176-pound all-purpose back -- was a member of the AnnArbor.com Dream Team as a junior last season, joining 2012 Michigan recruit Drake Johnson of Pioneer High School in the backfield.
Edwards is not rated by Rivals.com, although he is listed as running a 4.52-second 40-yard dash.
Rivals lists 13 schools with interest in Edwards, including Michigan, Michigan State, Nebraska, Oregon and others. However, his only current scholarship offer is from Central Michigan.
That upsets Edwards' older brother, who wore the famed No. 1 jersey during his final year at Michigan and went on to become a top-five NFL draft pick.
"Love my school and I played for coach (Hoke) but call my brother before its too late and you guys miss out like Lloyd would have ifnot forsoup," Braylon Edwards tweeted.
'Soup' is the nickname of former Michigan wide receivers coach Erik Campbell, who is now on the Iowa coaching staff.
"Back to importance. You will be hearing more about Berk Edwards on my twitter. Berk Edwards hottest running back in the 2013 class."
Michigan now has 14 commitments for the 2013 class after the commitment Tuesday of Ohio linebacker Mike McCray. Twelve of the 14 are four-star recruits, according to Rivals.