Roy Roundtree has only 11 receptions through six games, but more might be coming his way.
Tight ends at Michigan are expected to block first, but as the offense transitions to more of a pro style under Al Borges he also is going to be more of a receiving threat.
John Beilein's team showed the kind of toughness it takes to win big games en route to blowing out Wisconsin.
Roy Roundtree, who saw his receptions and yards dip tremendously from 2010, is the most obvious example of a jarring offensive transition for Michigan's wide receivers.
New offensive coordinator Al Borges has mostly hit the right notes while attempting to merge spread elements with his preferred pro-style scheme.
Michigan's current roster of running backs doesn't exactly fit the bill for the preferred style of Brady Hoke and Al Borges, but they have had their moments this season.
The Wolverines looked more like a zone-read offense than a pro-style offense on Saturday against Eastern Michigan.