Michigan Star Makes Big 2020 NFL Draft Decision
A Michigan star made a big 2020 NFL Draft decision.
Josh Uche, the Wolverines’ standout linebacker, has decided to enter the 2020 NFL Draft.
Uche had one year of eligibility remaining, but will instead understandably opt to capitalize on the momentum he has gained this year.
While Michigan fans will no doubt be sad to see him go, Uche has pledged to play in Michigan’s yet to be determined bowl game this year.
Forever Go Blue 💙💛 pic.twitter.com/PtZxSrYuFm
— Josh Uche (@_Uche35) December 4, 2019
“I am still working hard with my teammates to win our 10th game of the season in the bowl game and I am excited to represent Michigan on the field one last time,” he wrote.
Uche is a second-team all-conference linebacker and one of the best players Michigan had on the defensive side of the ball.
Seeing as a big reason why the Wolverines had 9 wins to begin with this season was due to defensive play, Uche’s impact cannot be overstated.