Manningham develops into best deep threat in college football
Updated: November 7, 2007, 11:14 AM ETBy Todd McShay | Scouts Inc.
It didn't take long for Mario Manningham to establish his presence as a viable deep threat. His first catch came in Michigan's second game of the 2005 season was a 25-yard touchdown strike from Chad Henne with 3:45 remaining to cut Notre Dame's lead to seven. Though it came in a losing effort, folks in the Big House that day caught a sneak peak of things to come from this budding freshman star.
Tony Ding/Icon SMIMario Manningham has found the end zone nine times this season.
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