Posted April 10, 2013 on michigan.scout.com
Michigan senior cornerback Courtney Avery talks about the team goals throughout spring camp, his own personal goals, coaching the younger players especially Terry Richardson, the leadership role of Thomas Gordon and Marvin Robinson, and more. ***Watch Full Video***
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