Michigan Football: 5 Best Michigan Tight Ends in School History

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2. Jerame Tuman-

Tuman was a three year starter at Michigan and was named to the All-Big Ten first team in each of those seasons. His best year actually came as a sophomore when he caught 32 passes, had 518 receiving yards, and five touchdowns. For his career he caught 98 passes, had 1318 receiving yards, and 13 touchdowns. The 13 receiving touchdowns has him ranked tied for 15th all time in Michigan history. He was the starting tight end on Michigan’s 1997 National Title winning team.

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