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Page 12-The Michigan Daily-Friday, April 19,1991

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in the NFL."
Bunch moved ahead of Texas
A&M's Robert Wilson after the
Aggie ran the 40-yard dash in 4.97
seconds. "(Bunch) was much better
than Wilson at the Combines,"
Kiper said.
However, Bunch might not be
picked until the second or third
round; he is the best prospect at his
position, but few teams show a need
at fullback right now, according to
Kiper.

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Thoughinvited, Vaughn decided
not to attend the Combines. Despite
impressing those teams for whom
he worked out, his lack of experi-
ence - one season in the starting
backfield - could drop him to the
fifth round.
The next Wolverine expected to
be picked is Key. Two-time all-
American Tripp Welborne over-
shadowed Key's play all season, but
Key has emerged as a valued
prospect. "He had a decent workout
and could either play safety or cor-
nerback," Kiper said. Key is pro-
jected to be drafted by the sixth
round.
Welbomne was expected to be an
early pick before tearing knee liga-
ments against Minnesota in
November.gBut because hesrecently
began his rehabilitation, teams will
be reluctant to select him high in
the draft. However, they may chance
that rehabilitation will lead to his
previous stellar play. While some
expect him to be taken by a team
with extra choices in the later
rounds, many others believe he will

be a free agent.
Boles has also been hindered by
torn knee ligaments suffered against
Minnesota in November, 1989. He
has been rehabilitating for over a
year, but because he has not returned
to his pre-injury form, most agree he
will be a free agent.
After running slow times at the
Combines, neither Dingman nor
Dohring is expected to be picked be-
fore the sixth round, and probably
not until the eighth. But Dingman
has ruled out nothing.
"It's kind of one of those things
that you have no say of what's going
to happen," he said. "It's out of my
control, but I definitely feel I have a
good chance to play in the NFL."
Kiper agrees. "Dingman is an
overachiever. He's always played
better than his numbers (size and
speed), but he can play in the NFL."
The other eligible Wolverine,
Jefferson, did not run well in
Indianapolis. If not chosen in the fi-
nal rounds, he could sign on as a free
agent.

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The Michigan women's golf
team's primary goal this spring has
been to attain a 320 scoring average
for a three-round tournament.
But after the monsoon-like con-
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Having already golfed against
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Because Michigan has played
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