Michigan’s weekly student-athlete media availability took place Tuesday evening in Ann Arbor as the Wolverines prepare for Northwestern.
Senior defensive lineman Lawrence Marshall was among those available to the media. The senior made his way back to the field this Saturday for the first time since Week 1 due to injury. Marshall has a larger role this season, getting a lot of snaps in the interior of Michigan’s loaded defensive line.
For a fifth-year senior with good experience, it’s easier for Marshall to predict where a younger player could project in the future.
Also available to the media was defensive end Aidan Hutchinson — a true freshman Marshall believes is a future All-American.
Lawrence Marshall predicts Aidan Hutchinson will be an All-American by the time he?s done at Michigan
— Theo Mackie (@theo_mackie) September 25, 2018
The hype comes expected as Hutchinson was Michigan’s highest-ranked recruit and a U.S. Army All-American out of high school.
So far in 2018, as a backup to Rashan Gary & Chase Winovich, Hutchinson’s tallied 10 tackles and one for loss. He ranks 12th on the team in tackles and the most among all freshmen.
Hutchinson is a Dearborn, Mich. native and his father, Chris, was a defensive lineman for the Wolverines from 1989-1992.