Scout TV: Darboh ‘Full go,’ Feeling Fine

After an early hiccup in spring practice, Michigan senior wide out Amara Darboh says he's been full go for the Wolverines.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan senior wide receiver Amara Darboh is now a veteran leader for the Wolverines following the early departure of Devin Funchess for the NFL.

Eager to use this spring football season to take a step in the right direction under the new coaching staff led by Jim Harbaugh, Darboh’s spring got off to a slow start.

“When I came out I had a calf like cramp or something and it was tightening up so I wasn’t full go the first couple of practices,” Darboh said. “And then about the third or fourth practice I was full go and everything felt fine.”

Darboh added he’s been participating in practice fully ever since. Darboh discusses the wide receiver position group, his development, and more in the video below.

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