ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- It looked, for a season-and-a-half, like his career could fail. That his sophomore season would be the highlight, the aberration where three other seasons saw one- and two-catch games as the norm. Sometimes those games came due to his own drops, other times to poorly thrown passes, and other times because he barely saw chances. Roy Roundtree caught 15 passes in Michigan's final four regular-season games. His coaches, his teammates, even Roy Roundtree himself said he was fine, said his chances would come if he continued to work and encourage younger receivers, run routes well and block at all other times.