The Wolverine

March 2016

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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2016 FOOTBALL RECRUITING ISSUE football, he could get a shot. 7. Khaleke Hudson, DB — Hudson is a do-it-all athlete out of Pennsylva- nia who could see some early time on special teams or in the Michigan defensive backfield. Harbaugh also tossed a smiling shot across the bow for Michigan's two incoming running backs, saying if they didn't get the job done in the offensive backfield, Hud- son just might. 8. Carlo Kemp, LB — Kemp earned better than a 4.0 GPA in high school, a future leader who also operated on a high level on the field as well back in Boulder, Colo. He'll challenge for time in the refashioned front seven put to- gether by Brown. At 6-3, 250, Kemp can fill a number of possible roles. 9. Dylan Crawford, WR — The Wol- verines will break in at least one fresh- man wide receiver out of the incom- ing group, and it's quite possible the 6-2, 183-pound Californian steps up. The Wolverines beat out local schools USC and UCLA for the talented wide- out, and he possesses the speed and hands to make an early impact. 10. Kareem Walker, RB — Walker, like Davis, is on hand early for the Wol- verines, going through winter con- ditioning and getting ready to dive into spring practice. He's got the size (6-1, 210) and talent to create a shot at early playing time in what should be a highly competitive spring for Michi- gan's offensive backfield. — John Borton Kingston Davis possesses the type of size (6-1, 225) and attitude head coach Jim Harbaugh loves in his running backs. PHOTO COURTESY RIVALS.COM

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