Jim Harbaugh hasn’t exactly been holding Jabrill Peppers back.

The Michigan do-it-all weapon has played seemingly every position outside of offensive/defensive line. He even lined up as the quarterback in the wildcat formation.

What more can Peppers do?

It’s hard to imagine a more versatile version of Peppers. But that might be exactly what we get against Ohio State.

“Everything is coming out of the bag this weekend,” Peppers said on ‘Inside Michigan Football Radio.’ “So we’re excited about that.”

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Last year against Ohio State, Peppers did attempt a pass, but it was incomplete. He actually ended up as Michigan’s leading rusher with 29 yards on a career-high seven carries.

Will Harbaugh look for other opportunities for Peppers? That seems obvious, especially with him hoping for a Charles Woodson-like Heisman Trophy game. The question will be if Ohio State is able to snuff it out.

The Buckeyes haven’t fallen victim to many gadget plays in 2016. Perhaps the closest thing to a gadget play that gashed OSU was when Jazz Peavy’s jet sweeps gained first down after first down.

Expect both sides to be ready for anything from Peppers.