Michigan's Craig Roh named to watch list for Ted Hendricks Award, given to top DE
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The honor goes to the nation's top defensive end. LaMarr Woodley won it for the Wolverines in 2006.
Roh has made 38 career starts, each in a row, which leads Michigan. He's bounced around, though, moving from linebacker to weak-side end and, now, strong-side end.
The senior has bulked up to 278 pounds, after playing last year at 269, to make the transition. He's the Wolverines' lone returning starter on the defensive line, and will be counted upon to be productive as the rest of the corp takes shape.
Roh recorded 32 tackles last year, including four sacks, and was named All-Big Ten honorable mention.