Michigan Football: GBMWolverine Senior Salute and Appreciation — Elliott Mealer

Posted at 9:00am — 11/18/2012

Michigan Football: GBMWolverine Senior Salute and Appreciation — Elliott Mealer

Elliott Mealer — Offensive Center — Wauseon, Ohio

Everyone is aware of the tragic night that changed Elliott Mealer’s life forever. Program followers are equally aware of the triumph of Elliott’s brother Brock, aided by the dedication of Mike Barwis. Elliot never had the skill level to start early, but showing perseverance Elliott came back for his fifth year and became the starting center.

October 20, 2012; Ann Arbor, MI, USA; Michigan Wolverines quarterback Denard Robinson (16) gets set behind offensive linesman Elliott Mealer (57) during the game against the Michigan State Spartans at Michigan Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-US PRESSWIRE

In his career, Elliott has played on special teams, filled in on the line, and is now starting.

Some players will be known more for who they are, and what they have done off the football field. There are few players in Michigan history that were non-starters most of their career that will be remembered more than Elliott. Michigan can be proud he chose to come to Ann Arbor and he will represent the university in the best manner.

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