Jabrill Peppers has played eight different positions in 11 games this season, and has thrived at all of them. Whether he returns kicks, breaks up passes in the secondary or even takes snaps at quarterback for the No. 10 Michigan football team, the redshirt freshman never seems to come up empty.
Like a skilled philosophy professor who makes sense out of any preposterous question, Peppers can take any situation and contort it to suddenly make sense on the field.
Three defenders closing in on him on a broken play in the backfield? It was a touchdown against Rutgers.