Last Saturday, Michigan took the field to begin its first spring practice of the Brady Hoke era. The Wolverines will continue practicing the rest of this month and during the first two weeks of April. Practice for the spring session will come to a close with the spring game on April 16.
MGoBlue.com has a video recapping the start of practice, which includes interviews with players and Hoke.
Here are some notes about the Michigan football team as spring practice continues rolling along:
- Will Campbell is back on the defensive line. He started his career at Michigan as a defensive tackle, but last season he moved to the offensive line. Now he is back where he started.
- Cameron Gordon, who was both a linebacker and a safety last season, will be an outside linebacker going forward.
- Cornerbacks J.T. Floyd and Troy Woolfolk, who are both coming off of injuries, likely won't see much action this spring. Linebacker Kenny Demens is also expected to be limited because of offseason shoulder surgery.
- Running back Michael Shaw is dealing with a broken hand.
- Linebacker Marrell Evans, who previously transferred to Hampton, has returned to the Michigan football team.