October 20, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines cornerback J.T. Floyd (8) receives congratulations from defensive end Frank Clark (57) after breaking up a pass in the second quarter against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

Michigan Football: GBMWolverine Senior Salute and Appreciation -- J.T. Floyd

Posted at 12:00pm — 11/15/2012

Michigan Football: GBMWolverine Senior Salute and Appreciation — J.T. Floyd

J.T. Floyd — Cornerback — Greenville, South Carolina

The toughest position to succeed in football is cornerback. The two cornerbacks are run stoppers, pass defenders, and insurance policies against big plays. They must be one of the best athletes on the team and also the fastest. When line play breaks down the entire world is probably not watching. When the secondary breaks down, everyone knows.

J.T. Floyd has played corner for several years, progressing from special teams, to back up. to starter. Like so many of the seniors he will leave with four letters. Like all the seniors he has been through the range of ups and downs.

Not possessing the elite speed or talent, J. T. has worked, improved greatly and held up at this difficult position and deserves plenty of credit. By the time his career is over J.T. will have played in well over 40 games. Like all the seniors, his loyalty and commitment are greatly appreciated.

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