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September 10, 1998 - Image 6

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Streets, Tuman to lead bomb squad

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leader last year so he should be an even
better leader this year," Carr said.
Rounding out the starting linemen are
sophomore left guard David Brandt,
junior right guard Chris Ziemann and
sophomore left tackle Jeff Backus.
With an untested quarterback and
highly talented running backs, Michigan
will undoubtedly use the ground game to
ram the ball down opponents throats.
Run blocking causes tremendous
strain on linemen, which is why depth in
the trenches is critical. This is where the
Wolverines are hurting.
Between Ben Mast, Jeff Potts, Steve
Frazier, Adam Adkins and Maurice
Williams, only Potts has lettered as an
offensive lineman. Williams also lettered
last year - as a defensive lineman.
The younger guys "have come a long
way," Jansen said. "I have faith that who-
ever backs us up, when they come in we
won't lose a step."
Senior wide receiver Tai Streets has it
made. Already in the annals of Michigan
history with 53- and 58-yard touchdown
catch in last season's Rose Bowl victory,
whatever he does from now on will pale
in comparison. Nevertheless, Streets is

and Marquise Walker. Both are consid-
ered among the top prospects and both
saw playing time at Notre Dame.
One of the favorite targets for
Michigan quarterbacks, however, is
senior tight end Jerame Tuman.
Arguably the top tight end in the coun-
try, Tuman has 73 career catches for
1,047 yards.
Behind him are senior Mark Campbell
and Shea. Both saw considerable playing
time last season.

the man at the wideout position.
"As a senior, you have to be more of a
leader and a good player," Streets said. "
The young guys are going to follow you
whatever you do."
And the young guys behind him
abound with talent. Junior DiAllo
Johnson made the switch from safety to
wide receiver during the summer and
Marcus Knight has seen plenty of play-
ing time, appearing in all 12 games last
season but catching only three passes.
Kevin Bryant played a hefty amount
against the Irish, catching two passes.
But, going into camp, the talk around
town is the two new guys, David Terrell
Tight ends
Starter lg, M, Wt,
Jerame Tvman Sr. 6-5 248
y reseves
Mark Campbell Sr. 6 256
Aaron Shea Jr. 6.5 251



Freshman wide receiver Marquise
Walker comes to Ann Arbor with big


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