Michigan Wolverines in the XFL

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30Jan 2020
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Michigan Wolverines in the XFL

Channing Stribling and Jeremy Clark (image via XFL)

The XFL will begin its first season for the second time on February 1.

There’s no Detroit team, so if you’re like me and choose which teams to root for based on which former Wolverines play for them, this might help:

D.C. Defenders

  • Head coach Pep Hamilton
  • S Tyree Kinnel
  • OL Logan Tuley-Tillman

Houston Roughnecks

  • OL Juwann Bushell-Beatty

Seattle Dragons

  • OG William Campbell
  • CB Jeremy Clark
  • CB Channing Stribling

Tampa Bay Vipers

  • RB De’Veon Smith
17Dec 2019
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Nightly Roundup: December 17, 2019

Shea Patterson is going to play in the Senior Bowl. That means he’s not coming back for a fifth year.

Former Michigan running back Kurt Taylor is going from Iowa Central Community College to Tennessee Tech. This was always kind of a head-scratcher for Michigan. I gave him a TTB Rating of 57.

Hit the jump for more.

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3Jun 2019
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Review of 2012 TTB Ratings

Jeremy Clark

I did a review of my TTB Ratings from 2011 here (LINK), but it’s been a while, so it’s long past time for a look at the 2012 class.

Keep in mind that the ratings (fully explained here) are intended to project how players will fare at Michigan and, to a certain extent, in the NFL Draft. I do not take into account how players will do once they get to the NFL or how they will pan out if they transfer to other programs. I will give myself a grade of 1-5 like a 5-point grading scale (5 is best, 1 is worst) for each player; I reserve the right to give myself an incomplete if the guy never made it to his first season. I’ll work down the list from highest to lowest with a brief career recap for each player:

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13Dec 2017
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Former Michigan Athlete of the Week: Jourdan Lewis

Jourdan Lewis (image via Blogging the Boys)

Dallas Cowboys cornerback Jourdan Lewis made 6 tackles and 3 pass breakups in their 30-10 win over Eli Manning and the New York Giants. This was Lewis’s best overall game of the season.


  • Cowboys DT Richard Ash made 3 tackles in the win over the Giants
  • New England Patriots QB Tom Brady was 24/43 for 233 yards, 1 touchdown, and 2 interceptions in a 27-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins
  • Patriots DT Alan Branch made 2 tackles in the loss to the Dolphins
  • Cowboys DE Taco Charlton made 2 tackles in the victory over the Giants
  • New York Jets CB Jeremy Clark was promoted to the 53-man roster after recovering from his ACL injury, but he didn’t play this weekend
  • Los Angeles Rams S Blake Countess made 1 tackle and returned a blocked punt for a TD in a 45-35 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles
  • Carolina Panthers WR Devin Funchess made 3 catches for 59 yards and 1 TD in a 31-24 win over the Minnesota Vikings
  • Cincinnati Bengals DT Ryan Glasgow made 3 tackles in a 33-7 loss to the Chicago Bears
  • Philadelphia Eagles DE Brandon Graham returned a lateral for a TD in the waning moments of a 45-35 win over the Rams. The Rams were trying to eke out a touchdown by lateraling the ball all over the field at the end of the game, and Graham plucked the ball out of the air, broke a tackle, and scored to seal the win.
  • San Francisco 49ers CB Leon Hall made 2 tackles in a 26-16 win over the Houston Texans
  • Green Bay Packers LB Jake Ryan made 7 tackles in a 27-21 win over the Cleveland Browns
30Apr 2017
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Revisiting Michigan’s 2017 NFL Draftees from High School

In case you’re wondering, what I’ve said about Michigan’s draftees back when they committed to Michigan, here are some links to their commitment posts. I do senior profiles for all players – drafted or not – so these will be linked elsewhere in the coming weeks, but here’s an early look back.


Jabrill Peppers

Taco Charlton


Chris Wormley

Jourdan Lewis

Delano Hill

Amara Darboh


Ben Gedeon

Ryan Glasgow (no commitment post, since he was a walk-on)

Jehu Chesson


Jake Butt


Jeremy Clark