“At flanker, No. 21, Roy Roundtree.”
The senior Michigan receiver will hear this announcement in less than 90 days when Michigan opens its 133rd collegiate football season.
The stage couldn't be larger for both Michigan and Roundtree, as the Wolverines face defending national champion Alabama at (Dallas) Cowboys Stadium.
For Michigan, it will be the start of coach Brady Hoke's second season, one with nothing less than Big Ten title aspirations.
For Roundtree, it will be an opportunity to erase the memories of a disappointing 2011 campaign, where his production dropped from 72 receptions to 19.
Let's take a look at the upcoming concerns for Roundtree, who faces a pivotal season indeed.