Senior Roy Roundtree is trying to spur on his position group by holding them accountable for loafing.
WolverineNation continues its reviews of each position after the nonconference schedule. The wide receivers have shown promise despite their youth.
Michigan's receivers have set the bar high, but Al Borges and Brady Hoke want not only playmakers but guys who can block, too.
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.
What has transpired in the Michigan career of fifth-year senior receiver Junior Hemingway hardly has gone as planned. Even he admits that.
The switch to a new offense was a bit of a struggle for Michigan's wide receivers, though some did step up at times.
Junior Hemingway posted the best game of his career while wearing a new patch on his No. 21 jersey honoring a previous No. 21, 1991 Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard.
Jordan Payton, ranked No. 25 nationally among wide receivers, enjoyed his official visit for the night game against Notre Dame and was dazzled by the atmosphere.
Wide receiver Roy Roundtree saw his numbers dip severely when Brady Hoke came aboard, but he kept his head up, remained a team leader and still made his fair share of big plays.
After moving from quarterback to wide receiver back to quarterback, Devin Gardner is ready to be the undisputed leader of the Michigan offense.
Brady Hoke and his staff have yet to land a marquee RB or WR in their short time at Michigan, but they have had success at those spots at other stops.
Michigan faces an important decision in 2013: Whether Devin Gardner fits best at quarterback or wide receiver.
The Michigan Wolverines produced behind stand-in quarterback Devin Gardner and left Minnesota with a 35-13 win, giving fans a look at what Michigan's offense might look like in 2013.
Denard Robinson is running wild, while Fitzgerald Toussaint has found little room to roam. But Brady Hoke says he will will stick with the running back.
Senior wide receiver Roy Roundtree marvels at how far he has come from his day in elementary school with a learning disability to working on his master's at Michigan.
Michigan's 2014 WR targets.