(Photo: John T. Greilick, Detroit News)
Ann Arbor — Michigan hasn’t quite wrapped up spring practice, but the public-viewing portion has concluded and there are a few takeaways that have emerged in terms of players to keep an eye on.
Several key skill position players have been out this spring because of injury and that has given opportunities for other players, including some younger players who may have risen to the top even with all the competition available. Here’s a look at five players to watch heading into the fall:
Mike Sainristil, WR
The 5-foot-10, 179-pound early enrollee freshman turned heads the moment he arrived during winter conditioning and then spring practice.