Michigan is looking to repeat as B1G Champions in 2022 but must replace some key pieces on the defensive side of the ball. Fortunately, the Wolverines should have a strong offense featuring a number of returning players.

Jim Nagy – Executive Director of the Reese’s Senior Bowl – recently highlighted Michigan’s offense as a unit to watch this season. Included in Nagy’s assessment is the Senior Bowl hoping to see a healthy Ronnie Bell after his season-ending injury a year ago.

Last year, Bell had a huge touchdown and a nice punt return against Western Michigan before going down with an injury. With a career average of 16.6 yards per catch, Bell appeared primed for a big season before his injury.

Nagy also tabbed WR Cornelius Johnson, TE Luke Schoonmaker and LT Ryan Hayes as players the Senior Bowl will be monitoring during the season.