Breaking down the stats, recruitment, projection, and more.
It’s natural for Michigan fans to think of Donovan Edwards when considering the running back position of the future as a part of the 2021 recruiting class. But the Michigan Wolverines went with a two-back approach this year, also pulling the three-star pledge of Tavierre Dunlap out of the lone-star state.
While his athleticism may not jump off the page at you, he provides the “thunder” to Edwards “lightning.” At 6-foot, 195 pounds, he’s going to serve the needs as a bulkier back in short yardage situations, with the ceiling of a guy many Michigan fans have grown to respect, Hassan Haskins.
Like Haskins, it’s uncertain what kind of NFL potential Dunlap has without top flight athleticism. But there’s always a place on a roster for a dependable, consistent, plus-vision back on a college team, which both Haskins has proven to be, and Dunlap seemingly can provide.
Check out my live-stream tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST where we go through the film in more detail and analyze the skillset he brings to the Wolverines in 2021 and beyond.
Below are the timestamps for each section in this video.
- 00:00 – Intro
- 00:38 – High School
- 01:04 – Stats
- 01:33 – Metrics
- 02:03 – Rankings
- 02:34 – Offers
- 03:00 – Recruitment
- 03:33 – Scouting
- 04:48 – Film
- 05:00 – Comparison
- 06:15 – Projection