Jeremy Gallon is easy to lose on a football field.
He's officially listed as being 5'8", but that measurement must have been taken while he was standing on a textbook. He's probably 5'6" - a fact that didn't escape Michigan coach Brady Hoke's attention for long. Hoke said that when he took over the program and met Gallon for the first time, his first impression was, well, brief.
While Calvin Johnson has the ideal build for a wide receiver -- tall, strong, world-class speed and jumping ability -- Gallon looks more like the kid that would be a late-round pick in an intramural game.
That might be why opposing teams haven't quite figured out that they need to spend a lot of time looking for No. 21. In two games, Gallon has caught 12 passes for 231 yards and four touchdowns, including his eye-opening three-touchdown game on national television against Notre Dame.
"I could have never imagined doing something like this," the fifth-year senior said. "I could imagine myself ...