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This one here is very important to the offense's success this fall. It's safe to call Jeremy Gallon and Drew Dileo proven commodities, but Michigan literally does not have another receiver that has proven anything.
However, there isn't any question who the popular choice is to emerge and become a big weapon in the passing game: Amara Darboh.
Darboh is a sophomore who saw a large role on special teams last year as a freshman, but almost no time on offense. He needs to step up and become a reliable weapon this fall.
Jehu Chesson is another guy that is capable of doing that, but realistically it may take another year for him to become more polished at the college level.
The two senior holdovers, Jeremy Jackson and Joe Reynolds, are still around, but not much is expected out of them.
Yes, three more receivers will arrive in time for fall camp in Jaron Dukes, Csont'e York and Da'Mario Jones, but it remains to be seen if any of those three will receive playing time this season.
Darboh and Chesson are the two big ones to keep an eye on this Saturday, as one of those two men simply need to step up.