The Wolverine

March 2013 - Signing Day Edition

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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football recruiting issue Taco Charlton Shifts Focus From The Hardcourt To The Gridiron Descending the stairs at Schembechler Hall, Taco Charlton eyed fellow early enrollee Jake Butt, studying his teammate before breaking out into a smile and offering a handshake. The classmates spent four years competing for rival high schools on the football field, and if they were still residing at home would be matching up on the basketball court as they did six times during their first three years. Both 6-6, Charlton and Butt occupied the low block for Pickerington Central and Pickerington North, respectively, with Butt claiming the statistical advantage ��� he put up 16.6 points per game in his junior In 11 games in 2012, the 6-6, 249-pound Charlton recorded 19 sacks and 24 tackles for loss among 116 total stops. photo by lon horwedel

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