Coming up with comparisons is always a good time. It\’s fun to figure out who plays like who, and possibly see the future they could end up having. So, we did our best to put together the closest comparisons we could for the 2016 recruits that Michigan has targeted.
Just make sure to give us a break, there isn\’t a lot of film on these youngsters.
Erik Swenson – Jake Long
-Both are big, strong offensive tackles.
Messiah deWeaver – Teddy Bridgewater
-Both are accurate pocket passers that can run, if necessary.
Robert Washington – Marshawn Lynch
-Both are strong, downhill runners that can juke or run you over.
Martell Pettaway – Chris Perry
-Both have great strength, speed and agility.
Kareem Walker – Chris Johnson
-Both are extremely fast, home run threats in the backfield.
Kentrail Moran – Joique Bell
-Both are strong runners that can be shifty and powerful.
Isaac Nauta – Heath Miller
-Both are old school tight ends that can block and catch.
Desmond Fitzpatrick – Antonio Brown
-Both are great route runners that can stretch the field.
Scott Bracey – Doriel Green-Beckham
-Both are big, strong receivers that can dominate.
Jalen Martin – Marquise Walker
-Both are technical receivers that can do it all.
Donnie Corley – Jason Avant
-Both are jump ball threats that feature fantastic hands.
Brendan Ferns – Brian Cushing
-Both are great athletes that can lay the wood at linebacker.
David Reese – Jerod Mayo
-Both are strong, physical, tackling machines at middle linebacker.
Tyrece Speaight – Antrel Rolle
-Both are playmaking safeties in both the run and pass game.
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