News:Jeremy Jackson caught two passes for 17 yards in the Wolverines' win against Air Force on Saturday.
Analysis:Jeremy Jackson caught two of the five passes thrown his way, but didn't have the same impact as some of the other wide receivers. With no one stepping up on a weekly basis in the Wolverine receiving corps yet, Jackson has an opportunity to establish himself, but with his play so far this season, he has no fantasy value until he makes an impact on the field.
Michigan WR Jackson Could Have Biggest Impact As Pass Catcher
News: Though Michigan wideouts Jeremy Gallon and Roy Roundtree combined for 50 receptions last year, Michael Rothstein of ESPN's Wolverine Nation suggests it is Jeremy Jackson who could have the biggest impact in UM's passing game in 2012.
Analysis: Writes Rothstein, "This is out there, but I'm suspecting Jeremy Jackson might have a better season than some will anticipate. He's moving into the slot and with his size he could be a favorable target for [quarterback Denard] Robinson over the middle, especially because tight end is a big question for Michigan."