Despite not fully healthy from his hamstring injury, Detroit (Mich.) Cass Tech 2017 wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones still made plays in their season opening victory over Oak Park. The 6-foot-2, 175-pounder made it look easy with two long receiving touchdowns and even went back for some punt return, too. While he continues to recover from his injury, he still displayed that impressive skill-set and frame, which makes him very coveted by the nation's elite. Peoples-Jones holds offers from Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State, Florida amongst many others
Highlights: Peoples-Jones Shines In Season Opener
The Michigan Insider Top Stories
Bredeson facing hometown team on SaturdaySaturday's game against Wisconsin will mean something a little extra to true freshman offensive lineman Ben Bredeson.
The Michigan InsiderYesterday at 5:11 PM
Inside the Matchup: Wisconsin vs MichiganIt's a Big Ten top ten matchup from the Big House.
Scout CFBYesterday at 12:40 PM
Harbaugh: Peppers is really good at footballWATCH: Jim Harbaugh knows a good football player when he sees one, and Jabrill Peppers meets his criteria.
The Michigan InsiderYesterday at 9:53 AM
What Does Michigan Offer Mean to B.C. Commit?Michigan offered Boston College commit Brandon Sebastian, who spoke to Scout about its meaning.
Scout FootballYesterday at 6:35 AM
Exclusive: No. 17 OLB Bell Game Cut-UpsATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Markquese Bell, the No. 17 outside linebacker prospect in the nation, in action during his Friday game against Atlantic City High.
Scout FootballYesterday at 5:26 AM