QB- Chad Henne – Although Henne hasn’t won many big games, he leads Michigan in nearly all statistical passing categories.
RB- Mike Hart – Hart has been the heart of the Michigan football team this year and leaves Michigan as its all-time leading rusher.
FB- BJ Askew – Askew was a large factor in Michigan’s rushing attack during the 2001 and 2002 seasons.
WR- Braylon Edwards – The Biletnikoff Award winner was the nation’s top wide receiver in 2004. He leads Michigan in most statistical receiving categories including TDs, receiving yards and receptions.
WR- David Terrell – Terrell was first player donning the Maize and Blue to have multiple 1,000-yard receiving seasons.
TE- Jerame Tuman – Was a large factor in the passing game during the 1997 National Championship season.
T- Jon Runyan – An All-American offensive tackle during the 1995 season.
G- Steve Hutchinson – Four-time Big Ten first-team selection, the fourth player in team history to accomplish this feat.
C- David Baas – Co-winner of the Rimington Trophy in 2004, given to the nation’s top center.
G- Matt Lentz – Two-time Big Ten first-team selection and three- year starter from 2002-2005.
T- Jake Long – Leader of the offensive line over the past two seasons and an All-American during the 2006 season.
DE- LaMarr Woodley – Won the Lombardi Award as the nation’s top lineman and was a leader of the 2006 defense.
DT- Gabe Watson – 92 career tackles and two-time first-team Big Ten player.
DT- Alan Branch – 2006 All-American had nine sacks and 61 tackles during his career.
DE- Glen Steele – Was named an All-American during Michigan’s National Championship season.
ILB- Larry Foote – Foote amassed 145 career tackles and 11 sacks and was named a 2001 All-American.
MLB- Jarrett Irons – Irons led Michigan with 296 career tackles from 1993 to 1996.
OLB- Sam Sword – Sword is third all time with 265 tackles for Michigan. Also won a National Championship.
CB- Charles Woodson – Woodson won the Heisman trophy in 1997. Enough said.
CB- Marlin Jackson – Two-time first-team All-American in 2002 and 2004.
FS- Cato June – Had 102 career tackles and three interceptions playing free safety.
SS- Ernest Shazor – 2004 All-American, a two-year starter in 2003 and 2004.
K- Garret Rivas – Although inconsistent, Rivas leads Michigan in all-time field goals.
P- Adam Finley – A four-year starter who leads Michigan in number of punts attempted.
– Chris Meszaros