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Great group of seniors that we have just played their last game as a Michigan Wolverine. They will certainly be missed.
Denard Robinson - obvious. One of the best playmakers in Michigan history and a top 5 favorite Wolverine for me. Leaving with the most rush yards of any QB ever. Speaks for itself.
Jordan Kovacs - obvious again. Will always be remembered as one of the hardest working and most loyal Wolverines ever. Walk on, had to try out for the team twice, and leaves as a captain of Team 133. Our defense will miss his leadership next year for sure.
Craig Roh - leaves as Michigan's all time leader in games started. Started every game since the very first game of his freshman year. Started as a 230 pound OLB, shifted to WDE, then ended as a 280 pound SDE.
Vincent Smith - Always considered the toughest player on our team and he showed it by popping up after getting destroyed by Clowney.
Roy Roundtree - It's ridiculous how many clutch catches he has made in his career. Always extremely loyal to the team and the university and showed up HUGE when needed.
Elliot Mealer - has gone through more than I could ever imagine with his family stuff and still achieved his goal of starting for the University of Michigan in his fifth year. Plus, awesome beard.
Patrick Omameh - Long time OL contributor coming out of nowhere (2* SDE out of high school)
Ricky Barnum - best pulling guard we've had in a while.
Will Campbell - never really lived up to recruiting expectations, but really turned it on the last two years. That's a testament to our coaches, but it's also a testament to Will. You can tell in all the interviews that he really matured in the last couple years, admitting that he didn't really try in his first years. Could really use another year (stupid RR burning RS).
Kenny Demens - Solid MIKE and great leader of the defense. I'll always remember him for the great game winning tackle against NW.
JT Floyd - Really too bad he made a mistake and got suspended for this game. Could've been the difference on some of those long pass plays that killed us. Solid career but bad way to end it.
Brandon Moore - It's too bad that he got hurt after finally winning a starting job as a senior, but the fact that they still gave him Kramer's 87 shows that he was a great leader off the field.
All these players will be missed, they represented the University very well.
Agreed, I'm going to miss these guys.
It was a wild ride for all these guys. Too many downs but also many ups. Respect for sticking with the program.
I'm glad all of them got to beat Ohio State, Michigan State and Notre Dame at Michigan Stadium. They gave me memories from that and I'm sure they took countless memories from those experiences themselves.
Now most of those guys probably won't be pros, so I wish them good luck in their future endeavors whatever they might be. Maybe a couple of them will be tickled by coaching and we'll see them again that way some time down the road.
Great post Ducksworth!! These guys gave it there all and represented the University of Michigan very well!!
Congrats to all the seniors and good luck with their future endeavors.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
Man I'm gonna miss Denard makin magic. Good luck to the senior class.
Denard - I have cursed him and the coaches many times over the years with him at QB but my appreciation for him cannot be understated. He single handily kept this program relevant for a couple of years. He is the most dynamic play maker we have had since Woodson. I wish him nothing but the best and hope he has a successful career in the NFL.
Nice post Duck. I feel like we get to know these players more than we used to. These are good kids who played hard and represented the university well. I'm proud of the game they played today and respect everything they've gone through in their time at Michigan.
Great post Duck.
Have some of my strongest emotions regarding UM football with these guys, both positive and negative, wish them all the best
Well Said.. Best of luck seniors.
I feel bad for Vincent Smith...all he is going to be remembered by is that hit.
I'll remember him for the late TD that put us up 28-24 on Notre Dame last year.
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