Let’s get to know what team Michigan will play in the Peach Bowl on Dec. 29 in Atlanta.
Kirkland Crawford, Detroit Free Press
Michigan’s football program had 45 players earn Academic All-Big Ten honors this season, just three shy of the 48 the program claimed last year.
To earn Academic All-Big Ten distinction, a student-athlete must be in at least his or her second year at an institution while maintaining a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
U-M’s athletic department finished with 122 honorees during the fall semester, which matched the school-record set in 2017.
Sophomore cross country runner Alice Hill and senior women’s soccer player Jackie White were recognized as student-athletes holding a perfect 4.0 average.
Of Michigan’s scholarship football players, the following were honored as Academic All-Big Ten: Devin Bush Jr., Camaron Cheeseman, Chuck Filiaga, Rashan Gary, Jordan Glasgow, Joe Hewlett, Joel Honigford, Carlo Kemp, Ben Mason, Dylan McCaffrey, Kwity Paye, Donovan Peoples-Jones, Nate Schoenle, Stephen Spanellis, Ambry Thomas, Andrew Vastardis, Luiji Vilain and J’Marick Woods.
The following walk-ons made the list: Matt Brown, Jared Char, Tyler Cochran, Jared Davis, Dane Drobocky, Jack Dunaway, Adam Fakih, Kenneth Ferris, Joseph Files, Louis Grodman, Tyler Grosz, Will Hart, Dan Jokisch, John Luby, Jake Martin, Jake McCurry, Matt Mitchell, Carl Myers, Ryan Nelson, Jameson Offerdahl, Geoffrey Reeves, Alan Selzer, Carter Selzer, Adam Shibley, Ryan Veingrad, Jacob West and Brendan White.
The full list of selections can be found here.
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