Heavy weights will be rested upon the shoulders of players like Roy Roundtree, Jeremy Gallon, and Drew Dileo. Some of these guys have proven themselves in years past, but offensive coordinator Al Borges will be looking for someone to really step up and do as much as possible to replace the presence of Hemmingway for the Michigan offense.
Roy Roundtree (Senior)
Roy Roundtree is entering his final season for the Wolverines, and he is certainly looking to make it his best. Roundtree has had trouble with consistency throughout his career, so that certainly has a lot of people questioning how much production he will bring this year. He is coming off of a sub-par performance in 2011.
Here are the basic stats for Roundtree:
Jeremy Gallon (Junior)
The number one thing I love about Jeremy Gallon is his ability to simply catch the football. He arguably has the most reliable hands on the team and rarely misses an opportunity when the ball comes his way. And when you combine that with his speed, it becomes pretty clear that Gallon is primed to make a huge difference for the Wolverines in 2012.
Drew Dileo (Junior)
Drew Dileo will be looking forward to his first year of consistent action for the Wolverines in 2012. As a freshman and sophomore, he did not get very many opportunities, but one of the great things about college football is that guys graduate and holes are left to be filled by those waiting.