Michigan Fall Camp Update! Wide Receivers and Tight Ends and More

Following my last  update I had a few folks ask me about Eddie McDoom, he is clearly a fan favorite and some like to see him break out in 2017.

I started poking around and my sources tell me that all is well with McDoom and he is having a great camp, he just isn’t as dynamic a receiver as Tariq Black and Donovan People-Jones.  I’m also told Kekoa Crawford is having a great camp too, they are just being over shadowed by the “sick” freshman in camp.

The Tight End group of Wheatley, McKeon and Bunting are apparently very solid with five or six guys who can and will play and make significant contribution to the team this fall.

The other hot story is the emergence of junior Brandon Watson at corner back, he is pushing Hill and Long for a starting job.

I’m also told that the kicker job is wi...

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Michigan QB Update and Other Practice Notes

I take almost everything I hear out of Ann Arbor with a grain of salt, especially when it comes to training camp rumors, but there are some consistent themes that are emerging among my multiple sources in Ann Arbor that the QB situation isn’t great or at least as strong as hoped.

While most folks assumed the QB battle would be between the spring game participants, Wilton Speight and Brandon Peters, it appears that battle has not materialized.  As of right now, Peters isn’t in the mix.  That could change, but my sources tell me there are some fundamental issues with Peters and Harbaugh is sending him a message to get it together or be left in the dust.

The problem with Peters is his personality, according to insiders, he is simply too laid back to run the offense and doesn’t project enou...

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Michigan Football Practice Information

My sources in Ann Arbor are dishing pretty hard on Michigan football practice and the information is encouraging for Michigan fans.

The biggest news is that the offensive line is ahead of schedule and looks really good.

The most important news is that the offensive line is young, but really good and talented.  The OL has long been an issue at Michigan but it appears that Michigan has found a group that can lead this team and salt away games when the wolverines are ahead.

Here is the OL that more than one source claims will be the next great offensive line for the Wolverines.

LT: Cole
LG: Bredeson
C: Ruiz
RG: Onwenu
RT: JBB/Runyan

This grouping is what many insiders think will lead the Michigan OL in 2017 with plenty of depth.

If Michigan is going to break out in 2017 it will be on the bac...

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