5 Things we’ve learned from Michigan Football’s fall camp

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Michigan football is now just nine days away from opening its 2020 season and with game week nearly upon us, here are five things we have learned this fall.

We are now less than 10 days from watching Michigan football take the field against Minnesota and at this point, the preparations for the Gophers are ramping up.

Even when Michigan football thought it was going to play in the spring, the Wolverines kept practicing and continued to stay on the field.

Following the Big Ten’s announcement, the pads came on completely in the last two weeks and it has given us an even better idea of what this Michigan football team will look like in 2020.

There’s no question that this is one of the more talented teams Jim Harbaugh has had at Michigan. Aidan Hutchinson, Kwity Paye, Jalen Mayfield and Cam McGrone have all been mocked as early-round draft picks.

Plus quarterback Joe Milton and defensive back Daxton Hill appear ready for stardom, as do offensive talents such as Giles Jackson, Ronnie Bell, Zach Charbonnet and Chris Evans, among others.

There are obviously things we won’t know about his team until it hits the field and as much as fall camp rumors can be exciting, we all know that what happens in practice doesn’t always translate on gameday.

The thing every Michigan football fan wants to see is Milton and proof that he’s as good as everyone has been saying he is. That’s the key for 2020 and as far as what we learned in fall camp, we will start with the Wolverines next starting quarterback.

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