Greg Mathews is the lone holdover at wide receiver from Michigan’s glory days on offense in 2006. He was one of Michigan’s top receivers last year, and the only wideout with more than one touchdown grab (a far cry from the days of 15 for Edwards or 12 for Manningham). He looks to continue making the tough catches with his spectacular hands, though he’s unlikely to beat many players deep.
Obi Ezeh will be a third-year starter at middle linebacker, and he’s had an up-and-down career thus far, including a one-handed interception against Northwestern in 2007:
If the Michigan defense is to be successful, Ezeh will have to be on his game the whole year.
Greg Mathews v. Obi Ezeh
- 1 Greg Mathews (53%, 293 Votes)
- 4 Obi Ezeh (47%, 265 Votes)
Total Voters: 558
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