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Name: Erick All 
College: Michigan     Number: 83
Height: 6-4   Weight: 242
Position: TE  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.57
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.76
Projected Round:   Stock:    

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Height: 6041
Weight: 242

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC

 Erick All, Michigan, Player News

  11/27/20 - TE Erick AllSo/2023, Michigan, 6-4, 242 (DS#7 TE) + More +

  Michigan's Erick All has his confidence back. The sophomore tight end nearly had as many dropped passes (four) than receptions (five) in the first three games of the season. But All has gone two games since without a drop and has six catches during that span, including four for 27 yards in Saturday's 48-42 triple-overtime victory over Rutgers. "Obviously, it was irritating dropping the ball," All told reporters Monday. "I don't even know why I was dropping it, but it was irritating because I knew how good of hands I had. I just felt like I just needed to trust myself, and once I found that trust in the Rutgers game, I felt confident. I felt like a new person took over me. I just felt like I had a different energy and it just made me a better player for this team."

On Nov. 11, tight ends coach Sherrone Moore said All was making "spectacular" catches regularly during practice but felt the former four-star prospect from Ohio was overthinking during games. All had a drop that would have been an easy touchdown in Michigan's opener and also had a costly one on third down against Indiana in Week 3. "After I dropped the first ball in the Minnesota game, I think it was just in my head," All said. "Thank god it's out because, man, I was down for a little bit." - Ann Arbor News


(DS#7 TE) So/2023 TE Erick AllMichigan
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  10/27/20 - TE Erick AllSo/2023, Michigan, 6-4, 242 (DS#7 TE) + More +

  Erick All's dropped touchdown pass in the third quarter of Saturday's win over Minnesota caught many on the Michigan sideline by surprise. The sophomore tight end has a reputation for catching anything thrown his way in practice, a trait that helped him get onto the field as a true freshman in 2019. So when offensive coordinator Josh Gattis called the very next play for All, a short flip pass to him behind the line of scrimmage, he made the most of it by picking up 23 yards for a first down. "I was just way too excited," All told reporters Monday over a video conference call. "I felt like the coaches knew that. If it weren't for that second opportunity, it probably would have been in my head. I felt like the coaches knew that they had confidence that I don't really drop balls, for real. "I just thank God that the coaches believed in me and I was able to get out there for the second play and do what was right."

Head coach Jim Harbaugh called All one of the "unheralded" offensive players in Michigan's 49-24 win over the Golden Gophers, praising his blocking for helping set free some of those big plays. All got the start - the first of his career - after Nick Eubanks was unavailable to Michigan. "His blocking was phenomenal," Harbaugh said Monday. "In line, on the perimeter - just tremendous. He had the opportunity for the touchdown. It was just so natural for him catching, that he pulled his head away just as the ball was coming in. He just expects to catch everything - and always does." All came to Michigan in 2019 as a project tight end. He played receiver all throughout high school and become used to running routes and catching the football. - Ann Arbor News


(DS#7 TE) So/2023 TE Erick AllMichigan
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