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May 2014 Issue

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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M ichigan's seven early enroll- ees spoke to the media during the last week of the Wolver- ines' spring practices, and had much to answer for after veteran teammates raved about the rookie class. The seven all hope to contribute in the fall, though there is no guarantee they will. Of the seven early enrollees in the 2009 class, only quarterback Tate Forcier and tailback Vincent Smith saw the field offensively or de- fensively in more than half of U-M's games. Here is a look at the most likely to least likely to see the field extensively next fall. WR Freddy Canteen: Quarterbacks, wide receivers and defensive backs all talked up the 6-1, 170-pounder, complimenting his speed, hands and penchant for making big plays during MAIZE N' VIEW   MICHAEL SPATH Early Enrollee Impact Wide receiver Freddy Canteen, a 6-1, 170-pound freshman who played at Eastern Christian Academy in Elkton, Md., last fall, was very impressive in spring practice. PHOTO BY LON HORWEDEL

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