While the Michigan Wolverines will be without Donovan Peoples-Jones after he declared for the NFL Draft, they’ll be getting a valuable member of their squad back for 2020.
Junior receiver Nico Collins announced that he’ll be coming back to Ann Arbor for his senior season.
“I am excited to announce that with the support of my family, I will be returning to the University of Michigan for my senior year,” Collins wrote in his post. “I am taking this opportunity to progressively evolve my craft, in preparation for what God has in store for me!
“I have always believed in finishing what I started. Coach Harbaugh, Coach Gattis and staff have helped me grow as a player and as a person. Another season with our coaching staff will allow me to continue to work on my skill and development which will prepare me for the next level. With that being said, we have unfinished business.
“I appreciate all the love and support from my family, teammates, coaches, faculty/staff and the entire Michigan fan base. I look forward to completing my degree as well as taking the field with my brothers this season!”
Collins was second on the team in 2019, hauling in 37 catches for 729 yards.
– – Quote courtesy of Zach Shaw of The Michigan Insider Link – –