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  Michigan receiver Ronnie Bell caught many off guard Wednesday answering a question from the media during a virtual news conference. When asked who has been the toughest defensive back he's faced so far in fall camp, Bell singled out George Johnson, a former high school quarterback and receiver from Florida who is entering his third year with the team. "You never know what you're gonna get out of George," Bell said. "George is a very unpredictable and very good DB." Johnson, rated as a three-star receiver in the 2019 class, transitioned to the defensive side of the ball when arriving at Michigan. He has yet to appear in a game for the Wolverines but is reportedly turning some heads during camp. "His technique, how he plays the game, he doesn't necessarily do it like the rest," Bell said of Johnson. "He doesn't play like the rest of them. "It's either misleading or it's - he can catch you off-guard because he's unorthodox." Head coach Jim Harbaugh said last month at Big Ten media days that the staff is still evaluating whether cornerback or safety is his best fit. - Ann Arbor News

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