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Posted On: 04/26/21 1:28 PM

There are seniors that play like underclassmen, and then there are underclassmen that play like seniors. Here are a few of those young bucks that are taking Michigan by storm, and making a case for themselves as some of the top players in the state. Many of these players stories have everything to do with the player making the program, as opposed to the other way around, showing true leadership and responsibility for their individual success. 

Bryce Eliuk, 6’1, 225, Linden

Eliuk jumps off the screen as a player that can move really well, and has outstanding athleticism. He’s got good size for a backer that can play multiple roles on a defense, including rushing the passer or dropping in coverage. His quickness really allows him to gain a full head of steam and make opposing ball carriers pay with huge blows to their body. He consistently gets off blocks very well and makes plays, causing pain for opposing teams offensive tactics.

Jameel Croft Jr., 6’1, 165, Detroit King

Detroit King is no stranger in putting top prospects out in the world, and

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