Trevor Keegan was a major piece of the Michigan offensive line in 2022, finishing as an All-B1G selection for the Wolverines. He also provided a jolt to the program on Thursday.

In a statement on Instagram, Keegan announced he will be returning to the program for one more year in 2023:

“Making it to the NFL has been a dream of mine ever since I picked up a football,” wrote Keegan. “With a lot of thought and talking with those closest to me, there is more that I want to achieve personally and collectively as a team. Thrilled to get back to work with my teammates and get rolling.”


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During the 2022 season, Keegan earned a pair of Offensive Player of the Week honors for the Wolverines and was the starting left guard for 11 games. He also made 11 starts with 13 appearances during the 2021 season.

After winning back-to-back Joe Moore Awards as the top offensive line in the country, Michigan will be thankful to get Keegan back as an anchor for the unit in 2023.