Top 5 TEs in Michigan history 

January, 30, 2012
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The tight end position is evolving at every level of football as more athletes learn how to play the combination receiving-blocking position that can cause so many matchup problems for opposing defenses.

At Michigan, there has been no shortage of NFL-bound tight ends in the school's history -- at least three Michigan tight ends have been drafted into the league in the last three full decades.

So who are the Top 5 tight ends in Michigan history? WolverineNation looked at the numbers, did some research and found out.
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