Michigan 5th-year senior Jehu Chesson is already penciled in as one of this year's starting wide receivers. And while he'll certainly get his catches this season, he also thinks U-M is in good hands with its young wide receiver corps, in particular freshman wideouts Eddie McDoom and Nate Johnson, who Chesson pointed out as hard workers early on in their Michigan careers. For more on what Chesson has to say on U-M's young wide receivers, please watch the video provided above.
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