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The 11th Wolverine is taken off the board as cornerback Jeremy Clark was taken by the Jets in the 6th round.
The Wolverines now have 11 NFL Draft picks (so far) in 2017: 1st round Jabrill Peppers (Browns) Taco Charlton (Cowboys) 3rd round Chris Wormley (Ravens) Delano Hill (Seahawks) Jourdan Lewis (Cowboys) Amara Darboh (Seahawks) 4th round Ben Gedeon (Vikings) Ryan Glasgow (Bengals) Jehu Chesson (Chiefs) 5th round Jake Butt (Broncos) 6th round Jeremy Clark (Jets) Other Wolverines who...
The Seahawks drafted two Michigan players in the third round of the NFL draft (Delano Hill and Amara Darboh). When asked about drafting the former Wolverines, Pete Carrol and GM John Schneider talked about Jim Harbaugh and the program: Carrol and Harbaugh have quite a bit of history dating back to their USC – Stanford days:
Tyreke Smith, a four-star DE out of Ohio, released his top list of schools to his Twitter account recently: Top 12… pic.twitter.com/qitLKcGtwb — Tyreke Smith™ (@T_23_baller) April 29, 2017
Mustapha Muhammad, a four-star TE out of Texas, is one of the Wolverines’ top targets at the position in 2018. After the Denver Broncos selected Jake Butt, Muhammad tweeted the following: https://t.co/S360qz4mMr — Mustapha (@MustaphaM_) April 29, 2017 Michigan is believed to be the favorite for the No. 4 TE in the class.
With the first pick of the 5th round of the NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos selected Jake Butt. Former Broncos great and current GM delivered the following tweet after landing the former Michigan TE:
The 10th Wolverine taken is Jake Butt to the Denver Broncos with the first pick in the 5th round. The former Michigan TE will earn quite a payday because of an insurance policy to cover a draft fall after his ACL injury in the Orange Bowl:
The ninth Wolverine taken in the NFL draft is Jehu Chesson with pick No. 139 to the Chiefs:
Michigan DT Ryan Glasgow became the 8th Wolverine selected in the NFL draft when the Bengals took him with the 138th pick.
Below are highlights from Michigan’s spring practice at the Stadio dei Marmi in Rome, Italy. John O’Korn to Nick Eubanks: Flip through the page to see the rest of the videos
It’s clear that ESPN draft analyst Todd McShay is a big Jourdan Lewis fan. After the former Michigan cornerback was selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the third round, McShay had the following to say: Jaylon Smith to JD: " class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" />" class="wp-smiley" style="height: 1em; max-height: 1em;" /> " class="wp-smiley" style="height...
DeMarcco Hellams, a four-star WR in the 2019 class out of Hyattsville, Maryland, was keeping close tabs on a Michigan draft pick from last night. After the Seahawks took UM safety Delano Hill, the No. 229 ranked recruit tweeted tout the following:
After former Ohio State WR Mike Thomas tweeted about Jourdan Lewis falling in the draft, the future Dallas Cowboy had the following reply: — Mike Thomas (@Cantguardmike) April 29, 2017
Another Wolverine is headed to Seattle as WR Amara Darboh was selected in the third round (Delano Hill was also selected by the Seahawks).
Michigan safety Delano Hill is headed to the Seattle Seahawks:
Jourdan Lewis will be joining Taco Charlton with the Dallas Cowboys. The Michigan CB was drafted in the third round with the No. 92 pick.
Chris Wormley heard his name called in the third round pick No.78 to the Ravens.
Michigan cornerback Jourdan Lewis hasn’t heard his name called in the 1st or 2nd rounds of the NFL Draft. Former Ohio State and Saints WR Mike Thomas doing a bit of trolling of the Wolverine: — Mike Thomas (@Cantguardmike) April 29, 2017
Joe Milton, a four-star QB out of Florida, talked with Scout.com’s Jacquie Franciulli about his recruitment and a potential upcoming decision: Flip the page to see Milton’s tweet about something big upcoming
Peter Burns, an ESPN radio show host and SEC Network studio anchor, made sure to throw out this 1st round NFL Draft stat about the SEC schools and the University of Michigan. Michigan in face has had four players drafted in the first round during this period (Brandon Graham, Taylor Lewan, Jabrill Peppers and Taco Charlton).
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Jabrill Peppers on Ohio State fans who are mad about him heading to play for the Browns. Peppers is expected to start off at safety but also see time on offense and special teams.
Otis Reese, a 2018 Michigan LB/S pledge, was feeling the love from several SEC schools during the NFL draft. Reese, a Leesburg, Georgia native, posted some draft edits from Georgia, Auburn and LSU. pic.twitter.com/GQEzzdYpzq — O Dog™.. (@otisreese13) April 27, 2017
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