The Wolverine

Sept 2023

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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38 THE WOLVERINE ❱ SEPTEMBER 2023 2020 CLASS REVIEW BY ANTHONY BROOME A t least seven players from the 2020 class will likely fill start- ing roles this season, while others have an opportunity to step up heading into their fourth years with the program. However, 11 of the 23 signees have transferred out — whether it had to do with fit or increased competition on the roster. Here is a breakdown of what each player has done to this point: Recruiting Name Pos. Stars REECE ATTEBERRY OT ★★★ He has appeared in 12 games in his career with four contests along the offensive line. Last sea- son, Atteberry received snaps at guard in three games. He switched to defensive line in camp and is expected to play a reserve role in 2023. BLAKE CORUM RB ★★★★ Corum has played in 30 career games thus far in Ann Arbor. Last season, he received the Chi- cago Tribune Silver Football as the Big Ten's best player, was named the Big Ten Running Back of the Year and was a unanimous All-American af- ter rushing for 1,463 yards — the eighth-highest total in U-M history — and 18 touchdowns. He will lead the way again in 2023. EAMONN DENNIS ATH ★★★ Dennis played in 12 games last season and shared the Most Improved Player on Special Teams award. He has been a key reserve and scout team member. Entering the 2023 season, he could be factor at kick and/or punt returner. DARION GREEN-WARREN CB ★★★★ After never playing in a U-M game during his career, he transferred to Nevada last offseason, recording 4 solo tackles and a pass defended in 2022 for the Wolf Pack. JAYLEN HARRELL EDGE ★★★★ Harrell has appeared in 31 games with 15 starts during his career. Last season, he ap- THE FOUNDATION Michigan's 2020 COVID Freshmen Move Into Substantial Roles Blake Corum came to Michigan listed as the nation's No. 117 overall player and No. 11 running back in the On3 Industry Ranking. Last season, he rushed for 1,463 yards and 18 touchdowns, and received unanimous first- team All-America honors. PHOTO BY PER KJELDSEN

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