I don't recall ever seeing Doug Dutch on the field. Despite being one of the country's best receivers coming out of high school--#12 according to Scout and #10 according to Rivals--he caught only four passes for 34.5 yards in his entire Michigan career before switching to cornerback, where he continued to sit on the bench.
What's the story behind him? Was he just buried on the depth chart behind a bevy of more talented receivers (Edwards, Avant, Manninghham, Arrington)? Did he suffer from the injury bug? Off-field problems? Something else?