10 Michigan football players who impressed at the spring game

On Saturday, at the annual spring game at Michigan Stadium, a number of important players did not participate.

On Saturday, though, there were a lot of fresh faces and players that may play a crucial part in making the Fall sparkle. The Big House and playing in a real game environment with spectators present provided the newbies with a unique experience.

With a total score of 22-21, the Maize team defeated Jay Harbaugh and his Blue team. In order to win the game, Maize’s coach Mike Hart called a two-point play with 1:44 remaining in the contest.

Trent Knoop of Wolverine Wire was in the press box on Saturday to witness the game, and he will list the top ten Michigan players that stood out.

Only the top 10 players are included here; there is no specific order.

  1. Benjamin Hall

There is intrigue about who the No. 3 running back will be this Fall, and with neither Blake Corum nor Donovan Edwards playing, we got to see glimpses of the other backs.

  1. Kalel Mulligs

Sticking with the running backs, Kalel Mullings looked solid as well.

He started the game for Blue, and according to the Michigan stats, he carried the ball nine times for 35 yards and a score.

  1. Alex Orji

Alex Orji is not going to surpass J.J. McCarthy, or maybe not even become the No. 2 or No. 3 guy on the depth chart — but he can have a role.

  1. Peyton O’Leary

As well as Benjamin Hall played, I think Peyton O’Leary was the MVP of the game on Saturday.

  1. A.J. Barner

A.J. Barner suited up for Michigan on Saturday and fans had a chance to see what they will be seeing from him in the Fall.

  1. Josaiah Stewart

A couple of Michigan edge defenders stood out for the defense, but Josaiah Stewart arguably looked the best.

  1. Rayshaun Benny

Rayshaun Benny was one of my sleeper picks to have a big season last year, but he was behind Mazi Smith and Kris Jenkins. But I’m still going to stick with him to have a solid 2023 campaign.

  1. Ernest Hausmann

No Junior Colson for Michigan on Saturday, but we got a chance to look at former Nebraska linebacker, Ernest Hausmann.

  1. Zeke Berry

One of the things I wanted to watch for on Saturday was the young defensive backs. Of course, Amorion Walker and Ja’Den McBurrows were the first two on my list and I thought both performed well enough.

  1. J.J. McCarthy

J.J. McCarthy got off to a rough start on Saturday. He overthrew Marlin Klein on the first drive — literally sailed the ball over his wide-open hands — and threw an interception.

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