2. Jayden Reed leads all receivers
Jayden Reed is finally healthy, folks.
And guess what? He looks dang good. He’s been playing at an elite level over the past couple of weeks and had a signature Reed game two weeks ago against Wisconsin. Reed finished with nine catches for 117 yards and a touchdown.
On top of that elite receiving performance, he also had a touchdown pass to Keon Coleman in overtime and caught the game-winning receiving score.
Reed is back, everyone. And he’s going to show that on Saturday.
I think we’ll see a near-100-yard performance from the senior receiver as he turns some heads and makes life difficult for some Michigan defenders. Payton Thorne knows good things happen when he gets the ball to Reed and he’ll take advantage of that.