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Why Michigan will land a transfer portal receiver

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The portal gives no hint as to which receivers Michigan would target. The gateway will terminate on April 30 after opening on April 16. Michigan has a little more than a week to use the portal to add players to their 2024 roster. With an eye toward the future and an understanding that football injuries are unavoidable, Campbell wants to ensure that Michigan does not find itself shorthanded at wide receiver.

“You look at the depth of our roster, we simply don’t have enough guys. Quad injuries and hamstring strains are inevitable. All we need to do is make sure we have enough players on the roster.

Receiver Fredrick Moore agrees with Campbell that more receivers would help Michigan, stating that “the depth is a light right now.”

Moore remarked, “I think we can get some support.” “Coaches want us to receive treatment, I know that.”

Moore feels that the receivers who are currently on the roster can perform well on their own, despite the fact that he claims there is not much depth.

But we’re still powerful. Moore remarked, “We may not be as large, but we are still powerful. “There are still guys who will rise up and carry out their duties. However, it’s difficult.

The receiver room at Michigan for the upcoming season will be known very soon, and it would be shocking at this point if the team didn’t add a receiver or two in the following week.

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