Nick Eubanks is a fourth-year junior tight end at Michigan. Eubanks isn’t a sure-fire first round NFL Draft pick. But, he is certainly a quality tight end.

To this point in the season, the 6-foot-5 pass-catcher has caught 23 passes for 229 yards and three touchdowns. His catches and touchdown total is higher than Sean McKeon, another Michigan tight end who has aspirations of playing at the next level.

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On Friday morning, Eubanks talked about the decision of potentially leaving Ann Arbor before 2020:

“I haven’t decided yet,” Eubanks told reporters Friday morning. “But there’s a chance.

“I wouldn’t have a problem coming back next year. Just trying to get better as an athlete, being able to work on my craft next year if I do decide to come back. It’s been a decision so far, and I haven’t made it yet.”

More from Eubanks:

“I’m just thinking about everything I went through this year,” he said. “That’s basically it. School hasn’t been a problem. Just being able to come back here and go through the practices and stuff.

“The coaches, too, as well. I could get another year with Sherrone (Moore).”

McKeon’s Wolverines take on Alabama in the Citrus Bowl on Jan. 1.