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Jim Harbaugh: Jabrill Peppers May Play Offense, Special Teams

Michigan freshman Jabrill Peppers didn't see the field much in 2014 due to injuries, as despite playing in three games, he actually wound up redshirting and keeping his four years of eligibility. But in 2015, he may wind up filling up the box score for the Wolverines. Tuesday, head coach Jim Harbaugh told the media that Peppers, who is listed as a defensive back, may play both offense and special teams this year. 

Peppers, a former five-star player who was ranked No. 3 overall by Rivals, is expected to play a huge role for the team this year. Harbaugh also mentioned that it's not definite that Michigan brings back helmet stickers.

">July 28, 2015

">July 28, 2015

Michigan opens with Utah on Thursday, September 3.