Michigan's Troy Woolfolk says quarterback Tate Forcier 'not as consistent' at workouts as Denard Robinson
Senior cornerback Troy Woolfolk says sophomore quarterback Tate Forcier wasn't a regular participant at voluntary, off-season workouts and that may hurt him in his competition to retain the starting role with the Michigan football team, The Michigan Daily reports.
From The Daily:
"Denard has been out there through the thick and thin and been out there all the time regardless if he's hurting," Woolfolk said. "And Tate, he tries to come out, but he's not as consistent as Denard is. And that's allowed Denard to jump a little bit ahead of Tate and I think that Tate's going to have to do a lot of work to catch back up to Denard in camp this year."