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Denard Robinson is considered by everyone in college football as as good a threat on the ground as anyone in the country. While his passing game leaves much to be desired, “Shoelace” is ultra-quick with his feet – unless you put a skateboard under his feet.
Robinson appeared in a rap video by JDK & Rey, a hip-hop/R&B combo that also play for the Michigan Wolverines’ football team. Jack Kennedy, a redshirt senior quarterback, is the rapper and Joe Reynolds, a junior wide receiver is a pianist/vocalist. They teamed up to film a video for their track “Away” which debuted on YouTube on Monday. Robinson was one of ten Michigan teammates to appear on a radio as he comes cruising through on a skateboard twice (at the 1:37 and 2:31 marks).
The camera doesn’t show whether “Shoelace” is sporting shoelaces in the video.
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University of Michigan quarterback Jack Kennedy and wide receiver Joe Reynolds released their very first music video called “Away.” They’ve got some talent.
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Kennedy and Reynolds haven’t been playing in very many games over the past few years, but they just might have the makings of a new career.
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