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Wolverine TV: 5 players that have outperformed expectations so far this year

Anthony Broome09/22/22
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The Wolverine talks the five most impressive players so far in 2022! Who on Michigan football’s roster impressed you so far this season? Our Anthony Broome discusses who has drawn the most eyeballs through three games.

Sophomore quarterback J.J. McCarthy stands above all others given his dual-threat ability and star power at the most important position in the sport.

“By far the biggest development of the early going is the idea that Michigan may finally have a star at quarterback,” we said in the video. “McCarthy was going to earn his way on the field by smoothly operating the offense and doing the little things well. We have seen the arm talent and dual-threat ability for over a year. The challenges get tougher moving forward for the Michigan signal-caller, but the offense’s ceiling is unlimited with him under center.”

Here are the other four players that stood out the most in non-conference play.

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The Wolverine’s video schedule

The Wolverine will be enhancing its video footprint with the season now underway. Here is the full schedule of programs each week on our YouTube channel. They will also appear in our podcast feed after broadcast.

All times listed are eastern.

Mondays at 6 p.m. – Chris Balas, Clayton Sayfie, Anthony Broome

Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. – John Borton

Wednesdays at 7 p.m. – EJ Holland’s recruiting show

Thursdays (pre-recorded) at 6 p.m. – Chris Balas, Clayton Sayfie, Anthony Broome

Football postgame show (Live ASAP after game) – Anthony Broome and Ryan Van Bergen

Sundays at 7 p.m. – Chris Balas and Doug Skene

What’s next for Michigan?

Michigan football opens Big Ten play on Saturday afternoon against Maryland. Kickoff is scheduled for 12 p.m. ET on FOX.