Thought I didn't have it. I guess I still do @carislevert @dw10_ A post shared by Devin Funchess (@dfunch) on Feb 15, 2015 at 7:41am PST Devin Funchess flashed his athletic prowess numerous times during his Michigan career. The tight end-turned-wide receiver boasts ups that often led coaches, teammates, opponents, announcers, beat writers and fans to rave about his athleticism. A couple days after the NBA dunk contest, Funchess posted a video to Instagram of him dunking. The video, which features Funchess throwing down a powerful one-handed dunk in slow motion and getting his head above the rim on another
Already in the market for a head coach with Brady Hoke being fired, Michigan is in search of a No. 1 wideout with Devin Funchess turning pro. The school announced Tuesday that the junior won’t be back in 2015 to help Michigan reverse its fortunes. The news isn’t a shock, as a report surfaced last week that Funchess was considering signing with an agent. “I would like to thank my family, coaches and teammates for their support,” Funchess said in a statement. “It’s always been a dream of mine to play in the NFL, and I am prepared to take
There's a new No. 1 at Michigan, and it's wide receiver Devin Funchess. He played like a No. 1, too.
The Big Ten lost a plethora of talent at wide receiver, including touchdown reception leader Quincy Enunwa, who hauled in 12 scoring grabs. With Enunwa gone, the Big Ten is certain to feature a new TD reception king. Who will it be? See Tom Dienhart, Sean Merriman and Brent Yarina’s predictions in this post. RECEIVING TD 2013 leader: Quincy Enunwa, Nebraska – 12 2014 returning leader: Shane Wynn, Indiana – 11 Tom Dienhart: Shane Wynn, WR, Indiana. He paced the Hoosiers with 11 TD grabs last season on just 46 receptions. With Cody Latimer (9 TDs) and Kofi Hughes (7)