Michigan's Aidan Hutchinson explains why Michigan has 'very complete D-Line' heading into 2020 season
Defensive line has typically been a strength for Michigan under head coach Jim Harbaugh and defensive coordinator Don Brown. The Wolverines continually produce NFL talent along the front line, making it incredibly difficult for opposing offensive lines to block.
Aidan Hutchinson doesn’t believe the 2020 season will be any different. Speaking with Jon Jansen on the In the Trenches podcast, he believes Michigan is a very complete team up front.
“We are a very complete D-line,” Hutchinson said. “We’ve gotten a lotta reps this offseason. We’ve gotten to train a lot with each other and we’ve gotten to grow a lot of depth, too.”
Hutchinson and Kwity Paye will be the two anchors for Michigan’s defensive line this fall. Last season, the pair combined for 22.5 tackles for loss and 11 sacks. But Hutchinson says its the combination of skills that this year’s defensive line brings that sets it apart.
“I just think we’re a very complete D-line, all around,” Hutchinson said. “We all got a little bit different skill sets and that’s what makes us so unique. But I’m just super ready to show what we got on the field.”
Michigan will hit the field on Saturday, Oct. 24 when it opens the season against Minnesota.