Braylon Edwards calls out Brady Hoke

Former Michigan great Braylon Edwards is miffed the Wolverines aren't recruiting his little brother, a 2013 running back. Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images

Former Michigan wide receiver Braylon Edwards called out the Michigan coaching staff on Twitter Tuesday night for not recruiting his younger brother, Berkley.

"I don't understand how my brother has the eighth-fastest time in the country in the 60 meters, ran for 1,800 yards last year and UofM wontcall," Edwards tweeted around 8 p.m.

He followed that up with, "Love my school and I played for Coach Hoke but call my brother before its too late and you guys miss out."

Braylon Edwards was a part of the team when current coach Brady Hoke was an assistant in his final season with the Wolverines before heading to Ball State.

Berkley Edwards (Chelsea, Mich./Chelsea) is a 2013 running back who has onlyone offer so far, Central Michigan. ESPN lists his 40-yard dash time at 4.68 and his 20-yard shuttle run at 4.18.

Braylon was a standout at Michigan who was awarded the Fred Biletnikoff Award following his senior season. Their father, running back Stan Edwards, was also a Michigan football player in the late 1970s and early '80s who was drafted by the Houston Oilers and played six seasons in the league.