While much attention went to the quarterback battle at Michigan this spring, there are also questions at wide receiver after the team's top playmaker, Devin Funchess, opted to leave school early.
The spring game did not yield many answers, but veteran receiver Jehu Chesson told TheWolverine.com what the new coaching staff is looking for as it establishes a pecking order.
"Ball security is the No. 1 thing," he told the site. "It's just being detailed, and finishing on everything in practice. It needs to be harped on and preached on in practice. You can't turn the ball over. Everybody knows, you lose the turnover margin, you're probably going to lose the game."
Chesson also talked about how the quarterback rotation made development a challenge this spring and touched on some other topics.
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