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This one may seem to contradict itself a bit with the previous slide, but it actually makes perfect sense.
We all know Brady Hoke's view when it comes to molding a football team, in that the lines are the most important pieces and everything else is built around them.
Judging by the amount of young talent Michigan will be working with, it's safe to say that that philosophy is well under way.
The Wolverines will likely play at least seven different linemen who are sophomores or younger. It's not out of necessity either; it's because these guys are too good to keep off the field.
Redshirt freshmen Tom Strobel and Chris Wormley will both likely play big roles, as will sophomore Mario Ojemudia. Fellow sophomore Ondre Pipkins should play a huge role as well.
Two more redshirt freshmen in Matt Godin and Willie Henry will almost assuredly be backups, but both are expected to contribute.
Plus, you have all of the incoming freshmen class, including Taco Charlton, who is already on campus. Yikes!