Michigan Depth Chart by Class

Submitted by Brian on September 15th, 2010 at 8:42 PM

JpEd-S: Now with mouseovers! Hold your mouse over each name to get the latest height, weight, and player he most would resemble if he totally pans out.* Click takes you to his recruiting profile, or if that's not available his Hello: post.

MICHIGAN FOOTBALL DEPTH BY CLASS 2017

Position

Commits 

Freshmen
(c/o 2021)
Sophomores
(c/o 2020)
Juniors
(c/o 2019)
Seniors
(c/o 2018)
QB
(4+1)
S. Patterson?  
RB
(6+1)
O. Samuels
T. Isaac*  
FB
(4-2)
 
B. Mason
 
WR
(4+0)
     
Slot
(3+0)
 
O. Martin
N. Schoenle*#
 
 
TE
(5+2)
 
OT
(9+1)
OG
(4+0)
N. Rumler '19
A. Vastardis*#
 
 
C
(2-1)
 
   
DT
(4-1)
 
 
NT
(3+0)
 
 
 
SDE
(3+2)
 
 
WDE
(5+0)
S. Herron '19 K. Paye R. Jones*
 
SLB / Viper
(3+1)
 
ILB
(7+0)
C. McGrone
C. Thomas '19
J. Ross
D. Singleton

M. Wroblewski*#
CB
(5+2)
 
FS
(3+2)
 
 
SS
(2+0)
 
J Glasgow*#
 
 
P/K/LS
(2+0)
 
B. Robbins
W. Hart*#
C. Cheeseman*#
 
 
 
Total
(78+8)
16 40
18
12
8

projected starters in bold, returning starters in italics.
walk-ons denoted with # unless they've clearly graduated from that distinction,
redshirts denoted with *, burned redshirts for freshman with !. 
Questionable eligibiligy for 2018-19 season (Ole Miss transfers) denoted with a ?. If not elegible, they would shift back a class as they sit out the season

Allotted: 78/85

Recruits: TBD after signing day.

Like "YMRMFSPA" in this site's recruiting profiles, it doesn't say Kaleb Ringer is Sam Sword or even that we think he's a future Sam Sword, just that if he were to reach the outer bounds of reasonable expectation a senior starting Ringer may resemble Sword. For most the original recruiting YMRMFSPA is listed, though I've updated many of the upperclassmen to reflect renewed expectations.

Comments

K

September 17th, 2012 at 8:26 PM ^

Suggestion: indicate with a symbol which freshman have burned redshirts this year.  It'd be interesting to see how many true sophomores we'll have next year.  

steve7876

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Redwinger4747

February 5th, 2017 at 2:13 PM ^

Can someone explain to me how so many of our players have redshirts, even though they played this year? For example, Sean McKeon and Josh Uche both played multiple games, and were each previously listed on this blog with the "!" symbol to denote burned redshirt, but now they are both listed as having a redshirt?