Over at WN, Rothstein wrote up a great piece on Junior Hemingway (LINK). Basically, he talks about how things didn't exactly go as he thought they would during his 5 years in the program, but he's been working hard, staying positive, and trying to get better.
I had goals, like being one of the best receivers in Michigan history," Hemingway said. "Things like that. But I look at it as you never know what could happen in that time frame, so I just looked forward, kept working, kept progressing and kept doing things for the team.
I've got a lot more," Hemingway said. "I haven't reached my full potential yet. I have a lot more to go. I think I have a lot of things I can work on and make better.
I'm still progressing, and that's a good thing.
Man, I'm really going to miss this senior class. I hope Junior gets drafted and has an opportunity for a long NFL career. Thanks for all you've done for the program, Junior!