Remember the name Peyton O'Leary -- Michigan football spring standout

Peyton O'Leary was originally committed to UMass Amherst to play lacrosse with his brother,

but went back to the sport he loves because his dad was his high school coach and his dad played quarterback in college.

 In 2021, he walked onto the Michigan football team and played in one game.

Since last spring, there has been a lot of talk about the 6-foot-3 wide receiver, and on Saturday, he shined in the spring game.

O'Leary had the most catches in the game with six for 126 yards, and caught the two-point conversion that won the game.

 After the game, he told the press that it felt good to play well in the Big House.

Ronnie Bell and Andrel Anthony are gone, but Cornelius Johnson and Roman Wilson are back. A.J. Henning is likely to get a lot of playing time,

 but what will happen after those three? O'Leary has been waiting for a few years,

 but he thinks his patience and preparation will pay off in the end. He was given a scholarship a few months ago, and his teammates have been talking about him.

 but he thinks his patience and preparation will pay off in the end.

 but he thinks his patience and preparation will pay off in the end.

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