Logan

August 10th, 2011 at 11:40 AM ^

It's a management trainee program so I'm sure there are some corporate responsibilities in addition to overseeing the actual store. It's not like he's a greeter or a stockboy, not that there would be anything wrong with that either. If he does decide to stick with the company, then whether he goes the corporate or store management route, his time spent on the floor managing workers, doing inventory analysis, etc. will be invaluable.

Tater

August 10th, 2011 at 8:06 AM ^

1.  I think it would have been hilarious if Grady had said Denard was thinking about the bald look just to mess with everyone.

2.  Considering what his famiily has gone through, albiet self-inflicted, I hope Kelvin becomes an impact player and a success story after school is over. 

3.  The guys who don't have quite as much of the combination of size, speed, and talent as the elite guys do, but make the most of it, often make the best coaches.  

Michigan4Life

August 10th, 2011 at 8:18 AM ^

but has matured in his time at Michigan.  I think it was mainly because he was often the best athlete in any sports that he played and everything came easy for him.  We used to play together in basketball for a couple years when we were younger.  Played against him in AAU ball and had the pleasure(or misfortune) of having to guard him.  Too bad that I'm not athletic enough to keep up with him.

 

It's good to see that he matured and become a team player.  He's been humbled by his experiences at Michigan in basketball and football.

DenverRob

August 10th, 2011 at 11:47 AM ^

I always forget about Kelvin when we talk about this team, but whenever he talks I am always reminded that he is a true stand up type of guy.

He has been humbled in his life and looks like he will now lead others down the right path.

Might be the best interview on the team as well.

 

Charlie Chunk

August 10th, 2011 at 3:15 PM ^

Pretty obvious now that he's shaved his head!  He honed his management skills over the summer with his internship and now he can refine the very same skills on the field.  He's a good kid that Michigan can be proud of.  Go Blue!!!

bacon

August 10th, 2011 at 10:53 PM ^

Kelvin: new spin on the term Walmart Wolverine.  Seriously though, sounds like he's going to be successful whether he keeps playing football after this or if he doesn't.