Class of 2014: By the Numbers

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17Feb 2020
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Class of 2014: By the Numbers

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I recently did a summary of the 2015 class that was an interesting look back at their five years on campus (LINK). The class of 2014 was Brady Hoke’s final complete class before he was fired, so here’s a look at how that group fared over five years. Michigan landed 17 players in the pack, which ranked 20th in the country according to the 247 Composite.

Hit the jump for the rundown.

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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
28Apr 2019
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A Few Thoughts on Rounds 4-7, UDFA

Zach Gentry (image via Twitter)

After the day one and day two results (LINK), Michigan got one more player drafted on day three.

Zach Gentry – TE – Pittsburgh Steelers: Round 5, #141 overall
Gentry had subpar performances at both the Combine and pro day, but I guess it’s important to remember that he got invited to the Combine for a reason. At 6’8″ and 260 lbs. with some impressive plays over the past two seasons, he has some things going for him. I projected that he wouldn’t go higher than the 7th round due to a 4.92 forty (at the Combine) and a poor showing on the bench press, the Steelers found him worthy of drafting, perhaps to help replace Jesse James (who signed with the Lions). I like Gentry and I think he could hang around the NFL for a decent career.

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25Apr 2019
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2019 NFL Draft Preview: Michigan

Devin Bush, Jr. and Devin White are battling to become the first LB off the board (image via Broncos Wire)

This is one of the most exciting NFL Draft seasons for Michigan fans in years, probably even surpassing the 2017 draft when Taco Charlton was taken in the first round, Jourdan Lewis seemed like a borderline first rounder, and several others were drafted. A couple players are expected to go in the first round, and another player is considered to be one of the top few players at his position.

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18Jan 2019
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2019 East-West Shrine Game

Tyree Kinnel

The 2019 East-West Shrine Game will be played on Saturday, January 19. It will be broadcast at 3:00 p.m. EST on NFL Network.

Some noteworthy names from both teams include:

EAST
David Blough – QB – Purdue
Ty Johnson – RB – Maryland
Terry Wright – WR – Purdue
Matt Sokol – TE – Michigan State
Nick Allegretti – C – Illinois
Tre Watson – LB – Maryland
Isaiah Wharton – S – Rutgers

WEST
Juwann Bushell-Beatty – OT – Michigan
Nick Linder – C – Indiana
D’Cota Dixon – S – Wisconsin
Tyree Kinnel – S – Michigan