Reporters even brought up videos Alabama receiver Amari Cooper and Michigan tight end-receiver Devin Funchess posted on Twitter.
Former Michigan tight end and wide receiver Devin Funchess will be showing off his talents at the NFL combine in Indianapolis this week but took to Instagram to show off his dunking skills.
“It’s always been a dream of mine to play in the NFL, and I am prepared to take the next step in my journey,” Funchess stated.
Since the start of the Brady Hoke era in Ann Arbor, he and his football team have fumbled the distribution of important numbers and embarrassed themselves with the Legends patch program.
Devin Gardner didn’t even blink.
Gardner completed 13 of 14 passes for 173 yards, and Funchess snagged seven catches for 95 yards. The duo combined for three touchdowns.
Funchess recorded 748 yards on 49 receptions last season.
As a tight end in 2013, the Michigan native snagged 49 catches for 748 yards last season.
University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke announced today that senior defensive back Courtney Avery, sophomore tight end Devin Funchess and fifth-year senior wide receiver Jeremy Gallon (Apopka, Fla./Apopka) will don Michigan Football Legends numbers this season.
Michigan is leaning on a lot freshmen in Brady Hoke’s second season, putting players he signed on the field and leaving some of Rich Rodriguez’s recruits on the bench.