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Name: Braiden McGregor (+) Coming off March 2024 Ankle INJ
College: Michigan     Number: 17
Height: 6-5   Weight: 257
Position: DE  Pos2: OLB
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2024

40 Low: 4.73
   40 Time: 4.78
  40 High: 4.83

> Projected Round: 5-6  Stock:    

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 6052
Weight: 257

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Dates: 03/22/24
Hand: 10  Arm: 33 1/8
Wingspan: 80 1/4

Height: 6052
Weight: 257
40 Yrd Dash: 4.78
20 Yrd Dash: 2.75
10 Yrd Dash: 1.63
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 20
Vertical Jump: 33
Broad Jump: 09'08"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 4.63
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40 Time Range: 4.77-4.78/Projected: 4.74/No 3Cone-Ankle


 Data Scout Notes: 2023: HMC...2021: NAC...2020: NAC

 Braiden McGregor, Michigan, Player News

  02/21/23 - DE Braiden McGregorSr/2024, Michigan, 6-5, 257 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  As the Wolverines unofficially kick off the 2023 season this week (they began spring practice on Monday), they'll look to lean on the 6-foot-6, 261-pound McGregor at the edge rusher/outside linebacker position, a vital one these days in college football. Mike Morris, named the Big Ten's defensive lineman of the year in 2022 with a team-high 7 1/2 sacks, has departed. So has impact edge-rusher Eyabi Okie. In a sense, the deck has been cleared for McGregor, who played a limited snap count last season, primarily on third down, whose time is now. He'll likely line up opposite of junior Jaylen Harrell, who emerged as a starting-caliber outside linebacker in 2022 and figures to be a big part of the team's pass-rushing success again this fall.

Michigan's defense ranked top-10 in the country in points and yards allowed last season, an impressive feat given the fact that it was on its third coordinator in as many years. But through a blend of elite play on the back end and an improved situation up the middle, the Wolverines didn't have to rely on the edge to impact games. The group, instead, just had to complement everything else. And it did. While McGregor was able to get name onto the stat sheet (4 1/2 tackles for loss, two sacks), the list was crowded with names who made an impact. The aforementioned Morris and Harrell, middle linebacker Michael Barrett (who is also returning), Okie and defensive tackle Mason Graham, among others. - Ann Arbor News

(DS#14 DE) Sr/2024 DE Braiden McGregorMichigan
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  05/17/22 - DE Braiden McGregorSr/2024, Michigan, 6-5, 257 (DS#14 DE) + More +

  Braiden McGregor and the rest of Michigan's defensive ends have heard the offseason chatter. With Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo both gone, electing to declare for the NFL, a couple of spots have opened up on the edge. And perhaps just as many questions. "That's the been the thing in our room, because everyone's talking about that," McGregor, who enters his redshirt sophomore season this fall, told MLive on Saturday at the Karsen Barnhart-hosted football camp for kids. "(They're saying) that's a huge question mark, and it's not a question mark. We'll be all right." Together, Hutchinson and Ojabo accounted for nearly three out of every four sacks Michigan recorded in 2021 (they combined for 25 of the team's 34), forming one of the best edge-rushing duos in the country.

Filling that hole will be difficult, maybe even impossible, but Michigan's first-year defensive coordinator (Jesse Minter) and defensive line coach (Mike Elston) both agree that production will need to come from more than two guys. Which has McGregor, who came to Michigan as a traditional end and converted to a stand-up edge rusher last year, salivating at all the possibilities. "I'm more of a second-and-long, third-down, dime-package (player)," McGregor said. "That's what I'm doing this year, and I love that role. I've talked to (David) Ojabo about it...and it's just awesome." - Ann Arbor News

(DS#14 DE) Sr/2024 DE Braiden McGregorMichigan
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