Two of Michigan’s top receivers should be healthy and ready to go for the 2019 football season, despite battling injuries throughout the spring.

Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis met with reporters on Sunday while at the “Best of the Midwest” football camp and updated the status of receivers Donovan Peoples-Jones and Nico Collins. There was good news in regards to both wide outs, according to MLive.com.

“He’s back,” Gattis said of Peoples-Jones, who missed all of the spring season with a groin injury. “He’s been working out. Now it’s about him learning the offense. He obviously missed a significant amount of time –he’s a very smart kid, he can pick up on things — not it’s about getting physical reps.”

Peoples-Jones finished last season with 612 yards and eight touchdowns on 47 receptions and was the second-leading receiver for the Wolverines. The only guy he was behind was Collins, who also battled injury throughout the spring.

Gattis provided a positive update on Collins, too.

“Nico is healthy,” Gattis said. “Just being able to see what he can do, in terms of syncing his hips and transitions and stuff. We didn’t do a lot with him, but he showed me the potential. I’m excited to get him, too, and catch him up.”

Collins totaled a team-high 632 yards and six touchdowns on 38 catches last fall.

Having both receivers healthy and ready for the 2019 season is huge for Gattis in his first year as the offensive coordinator in Ann Arbor.