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At 6'8" 308 pounds, Taylor Lewan has the build and look of the prototypical offensive tackle and is recognized as being just that. Attended high school in Scottsdale, AZ, Lewan was rated as the nation’s 16th best offensive tackle by Rivals.com despite never playing the position until his senior year. While starting his Michigan career as a defensive lineman, Lewan come off the bench in 2010 and has since started 35 games for the Wolverines as an offensive tackle. A 2012 Associated Press All-American and 2012 Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year, Lewan returns for his (redshirt) senior year as one of the biggest names on the team and arguable the best offensive lineman in college football.While projected by many experts to be a first round selection in the NFL Draft, Lewan has decided to stay another year at Michigan and not take the big pay-day now. Another year at Michigan will test not only Lewan’s physical capabilities, but his leadership skill as well, as the Wolve...
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Former Michigan quarterback Denard Robinson pulled a Denard Robinson last week when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Comerica Park before the Blue Jays-Tigers game. His “pitch” made it about 50 feet (out of 60 feet, six inches) that day. Despite being known more for his ability to run than pass, it was still an embarrassing effort.
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