A Michigan Wolverines product will be taking his professional talents into the enemy’s backyard.
— NFL (@NFL) April 29, 2022
While suiting up for the Wolverines last year, Hill amassed a total of 69 tackles, including 4.5 for a loss with 0.5 sacks, two interceptions, and eight passes defended as he helped his team to the Big Ten Championship.
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I’m not sure about you, but all the talk I hear about this draft is that there’s no “star power.”
Sure, last year’s NFL Draft had five first-round quarterbacks, but the five combined for exactly zero playoff wins and zero division titles. We love big-name rookie quarterbacks on draft night, but they’re rarely the first-year players who impact winning.
If you’re a fantasy football fan, you should hold this opinion — this draft is absolutely stellar. Several impact college position players will transition to the NFL, and some are coming off absurd, do-it-all efforts on college teams that weren’t very good overall.
There’s not a standout stud like Ja’Marr Chase, but I have 10 guys — five wide receivers, two tight ends, and three running backs — who I’ve had my eye on due to their insane production in college football daily fantasy last season. A few of them are getting slept on while others are well-known commodities.
Let’s break them down.