Which offensive players will not be here in 2021?

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8Dec 2020
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 13

Brandon Peters (image via Fighting Illini Athletics)

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WR Tarik Black (Texas): Black did not play in a 69-31 win over Kansas State.

WR Kekoa Crawford (Cal): Crawford had 2 catches for 21 yards in a 21-17 win over Oregon.

DT Michael Dwumfour (Rutgers): Dwumfour made 5 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, and 0.5 sacks in a 23-7 loss to Penn State.

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7Dec 2020
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Way Too Early 2021 Depth Chart: December 2020

Aidan Hutchinson: Will he stay or will he go?

The following depth chart assumes that the following seniors depart from Ann Arbor after 2020 and that Jalen Mayfield continues on to the NFL:

  • WR Nico Collins
  • TE Nick Eubanks
  • RB Chris Evans
  • S Brad Hawkins
  • DT Carlo Kemp
  • FB Ben Mason
  • K Quinn Nordin
  • DE Kwity Paye
  • C Andrew Vastardis

It also assumes that every currently rostered player and every currently committed prospect will be here in 2021, which is obviously not true.

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7Dec 2020
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2022 Recruiting Update: December 7, 2020

Charlie Mirer (image via Twitter)


Jordan Crook – LB – Duncanville (TX) Duncanville: Crook is a 6’0″, 220 lb. prospect with offers from Arizona, Oklahoma State, USC, and Washington, among others. He’s a 3-star, the #12 inside linebacker, and #377 overall. Duncanville is a large, powerhouse Texas program that had the guts to schedule IMG Academy earlier this season (though they lost to J.J. McCarthy and his squad, 41-14).

Kiyaunta Goodwin – OT – Charlestown (IN) Charlestown: Goodwin is a 6’7″, 300-pounder with offers from Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, and Ohio State, among others. He’s a 4-star, the #24 offensive tackle, and #195 overall. He’s a mammoth human being, and his junior film even identifies him as being 6’8″ and 315 pounds.

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5Dec 2020
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Michigan’s 10 Longest Plays vs. Maryland

Giles Jackson (image via Toledo Blade)

Michigan is 8-1 against the Terrapins after they started playing each other in 1985. The Terps eventually joined the Big Ten in 2014, winning that first game against the Brady Hoke-led Wolverines before losing five in a row.

  1. Giles Jackson 97-yard kickoff return TD (2019)
  2. David Long 80-yard interception return (2017)
  3. Jehu Chesson 66-yard TD run (2015)
  4. Tony Boles 64-yard TD run (1989)
  5. Wilton Speight 56-yard pass to Chris Evans (2016)
  6. Ty Isaac 53-yard TD run (2016)
  7. Joe Kerridge 52-yard run (2014)
  8. Shea Patterson 51-yard pass to Nico Collins (2018)
  9. Shea Patterson 51-yard pass to Nico Collins (2019)
  10. Elvis Grbac 49-yard pass to (1989)

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