It’s pretty clear that No. 4 Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers can do it all.
Offense, defense, special teams, the Wolverines junior has made contributions for every unit in his career.
During his news conference Monday, Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh addressed the notion that Peppers can do it all.
The coach called both Peppers and his assistant coaches “bulls pawing at the ground” in the clip provided by the Big Ten Network, and commented on being able to find his possible Heisman Trophy candidate on the sideline.
Can't stop laughing at this @CoachJim4UM clip.
Underrated part: "He's good at football." https://t.co/8ZXfkeqe6j
— Michigan On BTN (@MichiganOnBTN) September 26, 2016
So far this season, Peppers is second on the team with 33 total tackles, has 2.5 sacks and 9.5 tackles for loss. He’s also carried the ball twice, averages 22.7 yards per punt return on 10 returns with a touchdown and averages 40.5 yards per kick return on two returns.
The Wolverines as a team are 4-0 and play Wisconsin at 3:30 p.m. (ET) Saturday in Ann Arbor.