WolverineNation beat writer Michael Rothstein invites each departing Michigan player to sit down with him for one final interview about his career and future plans. Here's a list of the more interesting ones compiled so far:
Roy Roundtree: The wide receiver discusses the statistical decline of his final two seasons, and his two biggest catches.
Elliott Mealer: The guard opens up about a star-crossed career that saw him arrive at Michigan in the wake of an auto accident that killed his father and his girlfriend and left one of his brothers paralyzed.
Nathan Brink: The former walk-on reveals that multiple concussions, including a final one at a September practice, forced him to walk away from football.
Will Campbell: The defensive tackle who arrived with a ton of hype speaks candidly about his early setbacks.