- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
With our Exit Interviews series, we will look at each starter/main rotation player and assess how much his loss will mean to Michigan next season.
Previous "Loss Impact:" DL Will Heininger
Kevin Koger caught 59 passes for 756 yards and and nine touchdowns in his four-year career, playing in every game his final three seasons and in nine of 12 games during his freshman year in 2008.
He was a consistent target for quarterbacks Nick Sheridan, Steven Threet, Tate Forcier and Denard Robinson during his career. He caught touchdowns every year of his career and averaged 12.8 yards a catch.
So what will his loss mean?