If there was one major takeaway from Michigan’s spring game over the weekend, it’s that the Wolverines have playmakers at every skill position on the offensive side of the football. It adds a little more truth to the growing hype surrounding the Maize and Blue entering 2022.

Donovan Edwards showed off his versatility. Cornelius Johnson and AJ Henning can be solid targets in the passing attack. Darrius Clemons might be the deep threat the Wolverines needs. Blake Corum looks like… Blake Corum.

After the spring game, Cade McNamara talked about his expectations for the upcoming season. Even with Josh Gattis leaving for Miami, he says Michigan has everything it needs to see even more production offensively.

“We have so many players, so many guys with skill,” McNamara said per MLive.com. “I think just the more that we have, I’m expecting us to be more dynamic.”

McNamara saw limited reps, playing just two possessions for both the Maize and Blue teams on Saturday. Backup JJ McCarthy is still limited and did not throw.

Because of the returning talent, there’s an expectation that Michigan’s offense should be even better than it was a year ago. It puts a lot of pressure on new play-callers Sherrone Moore and Matt Weiss, who will fill in for the departed Gattis.

While it’s tough to read too much into a spring game, the flash was there. It certainly looks like Michigan has everything it needs to have the explosive offense necessary to compete for another B1G title.