- Michael Rothstein, ESPN Staff Writer
"Exit Interview" is a concept started at WolverineNation last year in which we chat with players leaving Michigan about their experiences with the Wolverines, and in some cases what's next.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Jordan Kovacs always felt he'd play football at Michigan, even when he was initially told by the Wolverines he wouldn't be part of the team due to a knee injury after surviving walk-on tryouts in 2008.
What happened after is something he never expected. The safety ended up as a four-year starter, 12th in career tackles at Michigan (331) and was named team captain and team MVP in his final season.