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Posted On: 03/9/21 10:16 AM

Here I examine four of the most underrated playmakers in the state of Michigan in the class of 2022. If you don’t score, you can’t win football games. It’s truly not any more complicated than that, so having opportunity for creativity on the offensive side of the ball is key to a teams success.

Lynne Wyche-El, 5’9, 165, Detroit King

Wyche-El pops out on film as a natural athlete, and it’s easy to tell that he just loves playing the game of football. His creativity in getting open on his routes is outstanding. He’ll help his quarterback out immensely, both by creating space where there is none, and gaining extra yards after the catch. Perhaps adding some weight could be on the docket for him, but his athleticism gives him a large arsenal to bring to the field.

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Jalen Holly Jalen Holly 6'0" | WR River Rouge | 2022 State MI , 6’0, 160, River Rouge

Holly plays a little bit like Michigan wide receiver Giles Jackson, in that he’s a player you can simply get the ball to and let him take care of the rest. His speed makes him a clear standout on the field, but he’s got an ability to find holes and avoid arm tackles

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