I'm with those who can't isolate a single moment. There are so many plays, so many stories, and they are all good. I think the striking thing for me is to look at the big picture, and see how I can't recall ONE . . . SINGLE . . . NEGATIVE . . . STORY.
I suppose that is what is most memorable to me. I can't think of any time Denard was rude, or arrogant, or mean spirited, or unethical, or the like. He was always gracious, always had a smile on his face, always had time for fans, always competed to the best of his ability. Denard is human. He made mistakes, maybe the worst being his passing at the 2012 ND game. But he just didn't complain or blame anyone else, but himself.
I live in Chicago, and as a Bears fan, I'm tired of Cutler's attitude. Denard is the antithesis of Cutler. He doesn't have Cutler's arm, but he is much, much more enjoyable as a person. His consistency throughout is what I like the most. I loved seeing him represent Michigan at the Big 10 luncheon. I love seeing the GIF of him at Michigan Basketball last year. I loved his kneeling in the endzone after every touchdown. I loved his soft-spoken, shy, manner, and his joy at life. I will miss Denard a lot, and am very thankful he came to Michigan.
There is one minor quibble I have with some of the posters. While it is technically true that there will never be another Denard, I hope that we will continue to see more Michigan players with his humility, his joy, his time for others, his engagement in Michigan sports. These characteristics are good ones for all of us to emulate.