WATCH: Blake Corum says he’s “50-50” when he returns to Michigan

Blake Corum was recently a guest on the Adam Schefter Podcast.

When asked about his upcoming decision to enter the NFL Draft or return to Michigan for a senior season, he gave an answer that many Michigan fans may have been surprised to hear.

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Corum was a consensus All-American for the Wolverines in 2022. A probable Heisman candidate before a knee injury against Illinois forced him to miss the second half of that game against the Illini and all but two against Ohio State.

Mock drafts and analyst draft boards have Blake Corum somewhere between a 2nd and 5th round pick, his knee health can be a big factor in his draft grade.

If Corum were to return, he would pair up again with Donovan Edwards, who has been knocked out in Corum’s absence. Michigan also has CJ Stokes, Tavierre Dunlap and Isaiah Gash returning. Michigan expects the addition of two recruits, Cole Cabana and Benjamin Hall as part of the 2023 class. It also looks like Kalel Mullins will move permanently to RB.

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