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"Too often in sports, we throw out the term “freak athlete” but in the case of Tyrone Wheatley Jr., we really mean it.
Michigan has never had a 6-6, 276-pound tight end with his speed, quickness, footwork and hands. Then again, we shouldn’t be surprised. After all, his father was a world-class sprinter in a fullback’s frame.
Wheatley and fifth-year senior [sic] Ian Bunting are hoping to become the most productive tight end duo Michigan has ever had – that record currently belongs to Jake Butt and AJ Williams, who combined for 63 receptions in 2015. For that to occur, Bunting needs to have an Eric Kattus-like senior season – Kattus making 38 grabs, including eight touchdowns, in 1985 – and Wheatley needs to add another 30 catches...."
Note: Bunting is a Junior.