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Name: Aidan Hutchinson (+) Nov 2020 Leg INJ/Out for 2020
College: Michigan     Number: 97
Height: 6-5   Weight: 269
Position: DE  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: Jr/2022

40 Low: 4.64
   40 Time: 4.74
  40 High: 4.83
Projected Round: 2-3  Stock:    



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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: (+) Nov 2020 Leg INJ/Out for 2020...2019: HMC...HM All-Big Ten, Media 3rd team All-Big Ten w/68 TT, 10 TFL, 4.5 SCK, 6 PBU, 4 QBH, 2 FF in 13 gms in '19. Was 268 in '18. Backup w/15 TT, 1.5 TFL in 13 gms in '18.

 Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan, Player News

  11/21/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  Coach Jim Harbaugh said Monday that Michigan's standout defensive end suffered a fracture in his right leg against Indiana and will require surgery, putting him out of action for the foreseeable future. Hutchinson has been one of the Wolverines' most productive defensive players the past two seasons and won't easily be replaced. Redshirt sophomore Taylor Upshaw and redshirt junior Luiji Vilain saw an increased role after Hutchinson departed early in Saturday's game. Fellow starting end Kwity Paye also limped off the field in the second half Saturday and did not return, so Michigan could be without both starters against Wisconsin. - Ann Arbor News

(DS#1 DE) Jr/2022 DE Aidan HutchinsonMichigan
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  11/04/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  Where did Michigan's pass-rush go that was so effective against Minnesota? The Wolverines had no sacks and just two quarterback hurries - both from Kwity Paye. For a position group that is supposed to be the identity of the defense, it needs to be better. While MSU only rushed for 3.3 yards per carry, Michigan only had two tackles for loss, which both came from linebackers. - Ann Arbor News

(DS#1 DE) Jr/2022 DE Aidan HutchinsonMichigan
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  10/27/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  If Saturday's opener is any indication, opponents are going to be placing extra attention on Aidan Hutchinson this season. The Michigan defensive end, whose lean frame and extraordinary athletic ability make him difficult to match up with, drew extra blockers throughout the Wolverines' 49-24 win over Minnesota. Hutchinson chuckled Monday when compared to former Michigan first-round pick Rashan Gary, who received similar treatment in 2018. "Yeah, yeah, it certainly felt like it was holding - holding every play from their offensive line," Hutchinson said. "I definitely felt the double teams on Saturday too." Hutchinson was often the Michigan defensive lineman doubled up on when the Wolverines went to a three-man front.

Early in the second quarter, on second-and-15 from Michigan's 37-yard line, Minnesota closed Hutchinson off to buy Morgan enough time to hit receiver Rashod Bateman over the middle for a first down. Later in the quarter, on a second-and-5 play with the Gophers on their own 30, Hutchinson was met with two blockers to allow running Mohamed Ibrahim to break around the corner. Ibrahim was stopped by linebacker Cam McGrone for a 1-yard gain. "Minnesota had a tough scheme," Hutchinson said "They ran a lot of 12 personnel (one running back, two tight ends); a lot of heavy sets. They ran the ball a lot, so it was hard to get that pressure on those early downs just because they had their big tight ends, big personnels." - Ann Arbor News


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  10/07/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  Hutchinson's already garnering attention from NFL scouts, too. Over the summer, his name popped up on prospect boards for the 2021 draft, leaving Hutchinson the option to leave college if the big Ten had followed through with its plan to postpone the fall season. But now that football is back, so is Hutchinson and his shovel-and-pail work ethic that's drawn notice from others. Asked last month about Michigan's defensive line, linebacker Josh Ross said Hutchinson "was the first guy that comes to my mind." "That dude is an animal," Ross said. "Brings it every single day. Just a guy you want to be around. A leader on our team. (He's) going to have a tremendous season this year." - Ann Arbor News

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  10/07/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  He was vocal about his desire to play this fall, and backed up his words in early September by joining teammates, players and his head coach for a march in Ann Arbor. Now that the Big Ten has returned and Michigan set to resume play Oct. 24 at Minnesota, starting defensive end Aidan Hutchinson left little doubt about his plans. He's in - and working overtime to be better than last year. "I've been watching a lot of NFL film lately," Hutchinson said last week on the "In the Trenches" podcast. "I think it's just super helpful - more than you'll ever know." Hutchinson, listed at 6-foot-6 and 269 pounds, displays extraordinary athleticism for a player his size. He looks like a tackle but plays like an end, evident by his 68-tackle (10 for a loss), 4 1/2-sack season in 2019, his sophomore season.

It was enough to earn third-team all-Big Ten honors from the coaches, raising expectations for Hutchinson this fall. He joins fellow starter Kwity Paye, another end, and fifth-year senior Carlo Kemp as the three returning starters along Michigan's defensive line, and hopes the group can become a "matchup nightmare" for opponents. "When they bring that tight-end over, that just means a lot of guys are getting single-blocked," Hutchinson said. "So, when they bring that tight end over to me and I get double-teamed, that means Kwity probably gets single-blocked. "It's going to be scary when we get out there." - Ann Arbor News


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  03/11/20 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  The Wolverines must replace five starters from a defense that finished 1th nationally, allowing an average 307.2 yards. Michigan ranked 25th in scoring (20.7), 22nd against the run (121.7) and 10th in pass defense (185.5). "I feel like there's going to be a few changes in terms of how we run things and stuff like that," Uche said during NFL Scouting Combine interviews in Indianapolis. "You got Kwity Paye and you got Aidan Hutchinson. You know, they call themselves Salt and Pepper. They're in great hands. You got Cam McGrone (at linebacker), you got Brad Hawkins there at safety, you've got Ambry Thomas there at corner. You guys got a lot of guys coming back, Vince Gray. The defense is in great hands."

Hutchinson, who will be a junior this fall, is the top returning tackler with 68 last season and had 10 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks. Paye, who will be a senior, led the team in tackles for loss last season with 12.5 and had 6.5 sacks. "They just matured a lot, especially Aidan," Uche said. "For someone being as young as he is, he's mature. He doesn't act his age. He acts a lot older, like he's been there before. He still has some growing to do, and he's just one hell of a player, man. I think he's going to be a first-round pick when it's all said and done. He's one hell of a player." - Detroit News


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  12/05/19 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  2019 ALL-BIG TEN HONORABLE MENTION (COACHES): Aidan Hutchinson,...Hutchinson led Michigan's defensive linemen with 63 stops, tied for third-best on the team. He had 33 solo stops and 8.5 tackles for loss, third-most among all Wolverine defenders. Hutchinson added 4.5 sacks, and his six pass breakups list fourth on the team. He also forced two fumbles in 2019. - Michigan Football

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  10/07/19 - DE Aidan HutchinsonJr/2022, Michigan, 6-5, 269 (DS#1 DE) + More +

  OCT 7/WEEK 6 BIG TEN DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Aidan Hutchinson, Michigan, So., DL, Plymouth, Mich./Divine Child,...Recorded six tackles, one sack and a career-high 2.5 tackles for loss in the Wolverines' victory against Iowa...Added a forced fumble and a pass break-up...Anchored a defense that allowed just one rushing yard and recorded eight sacks...Receives his first career Defensive Player of the Week honor...Last Michigan Defensive Player of the Week: Chase Winovich (Oct. 1, 2018). - Big Ten Football

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