School record 14 Wolverines headed to NFL Combine
Written by Matt Pargoff   


Leading the way among all college football programs, Michigan is sending 14 former players to the NFL combine in March, marking a new high mark in school history.

Representing the Maize and Blue will be offensive lineman Ben Braden, tight end Jake Butt, defensive end Taco Charlton, wide receiver Jehu Chesson, defensive back Jeremy Clark, wide receiver Amara Darboh, linebacker Ben Gedeon, defensive tackle Ryan Glasgow, safety Delano Hill, cornerback Jourdan Lewis, athlete Jabrill Peppers, running back De'Veon Smith, defensive back Channing Stribling and defensive lineman Chris Wormley.

It is unclear at this time the degree to which Butt and Clark will be able to participate given injuries suffered during the season.

The event runs from Feb. 28 through March 6 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. with the NFL Draft taking place over three days from April 27-29.


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