ANN ARBOR -- Juwann Bushell-Beatty has taken the natural progression along Michigan's offensive line over the last three seasons.
The fifth-year senior started his college career at tackle in 2015, barely seeing the field behind an experienced and deep line. Then, in 2016, he got his first start and worked his way into the rotation.
Last year marked his first full-fledged gig, starting the final seven games of the regular season at right tackle. Theoretically, that bodes well for his chances to start in 2018, right?
"I'd say that's definitely my mindset," Bushell-Beatty, listed at 6-foot-6 and 315 pounds this spring, told reporters on Saturday.