Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports
This right here is probably the biggest weakness on this entire Michigan team. Way too many question marks and concerns surround this unit right now; with that being said, there's still no doubt that it could wind up being a solid unit if the players gel.
Having two seniors at the bookends is absolutely huge for this line, as both Taylor Lewan and Michael Schofield provide veteran experience and leadership.
The interior of this line is where the questions lie.
Kyle Kalis has all the potential in the world, but is still only a redshirt freshman that has never played a snap in a college game.
Ben Braden seems to be bursting with potential as well, but he too has never played a down.
At center, Jack Miller seems to be the front-runner, but many question whether or not he'll be up to the task.
If the interior line come together quickly, this could be a very solid group. Honestly, how fast this unit progresses could make or break Michigan's season.