Michigan’s WR depth is just fine
Going into the season, one question mark raised by pundits was the wide receiver position and the supposed lack of talent Michigan football had.
Well, after two games, I’d say that was overblown. Roman Wilson had two more touchdowns, which included a 47-yarder where he flashed his run-after-the-catch ability. His route-running is stellar and he’s always had speed.
That’s two weeks in a row that Wilson has gone over 75 yards receiving. Cornelius Johnson wasn’t far behind catching five passes for 82 yards. Johnson is constantly underrated. Both of those guys are NFL receivers and Colston Loveland is a future pro as well.
Darrius Clemson and Tyler Morris are still coming on, but don’t believe for a second that the Wolverines lack playmakers at wide receiver.
Morris actually had three catches for 40 yards on Saturday. Plus, freshman Semaj Morgan had one for 36 yards. All three freshman wideouts have turned heads so far, but the majority of balls will go to Wilson, Johnson, Loveland, and Donovan Edwards and I’m just fine with that.