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Defensive Lineman Rashan Gary will miss his season at the University of Michigan to participate in the 201
Gary was the key to one of the most dominant defenses in college football tattoos and 3.5 bags for the Wolverines during his junior campaign at 38 overall.
Although his number fell in 2018, it was primarily a shoulder injury that caused Gary to miss three games and cut him down in two more games.
After As a 23-year-old freshman with 23 tackles, including five for the loss, Gary 2017 really did appear as a second grader.
Gary was named All-Big Ten First Team after he had registered 58 tackles and 11.5 tackles for losing and winning 5.5 bags for head coach Jim Harbaugh.  The 6 & # 25; 5 ", 283-pound lineman was a promising prospect throughout his football career, as 247Sports recaptured him # 1 overall in the 2016 high school recruiting class, Gary as overall # 1 player 7 and Defender # 3 of his last major board.
One of Gary's greatest strengths is the fact that he can play anywhere in the defensive line, making him ideally completing a 3-4 defense or a duel in a 4-3 defense on the next level.
Gary's versatility and structure meant little more to prove when he returned to Michigan for his senior season
Maybe the only thing that might have helped to show that he could stay healthy for a full season, but probably outweighed the risk of possibly suffering another injury.
With his college K It is now past the appearance of a probable first round selection that could greatly affect a team in need of a differentiator in the defensive front seven.