He may have filed paperwork to the NFL Draft Advisory Board, but Michigan junior quarterback Denard Robinson expects to return to Ann Arbor for his senior year.
"Oh yeah, I expect to be back," Robinson said during a news conference Friday. "That's it."
Robinson -- in a common move for college juniors -- is testing the NFL draft waters, but the process isn't binding and it's expected he'll be a Wolverine again next season, AnnArbor.com reported.
"It was a decision that I was just like, I put my name out there [to] see what happens," Robinson said. "And whatever happens, happens."
The comments came as Robinson and his side, 10-2 for the year, prepared in New Orleans for their Sugar Bowl clash Tuesday night with Virginia Tech (11-2).
Michigan defensive coordinator Al Borges told the Detroit Free Press that Robinson was unquestionably a valuable player for the team.
"Denard, it doesn't matter who is playing against him, presents some problems," Borges said.
"If Denard's throwing ...