Michigan football’s top 10 offensive players in Week 2 according to PFF

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In Week 2 against Hawaii, J.J. McCarthy had his first-career start and it went to perfection. The Wolverines defeated the Rainbow Warriors, 56-10.

McCarthy was nearly perfect on Saturday. He completed 11-for-12 for 239 yards and threw for three touchdowns.

The Wolverines totaled 588 yards of offense. Michigan averaged 10.7 yards-per-play on Saturday and the maize and blue were able to move the ball at ease. It helped that Hawaii is potentially one of the worst defenses in all of football, but with McCarthy under center, the offense looked effortless in whatever it tried to do. Even the rushing attack dominated, the Wolverines rushed for 268 yards in Week 2.

If you wondered which players graded out the best in Week 2, then we can help you out.

Pro Football Focus ranks each player that plays in every game. In this article, we are going to show you the top 10 players on offense for Michigan in Week 2 against Hawaii.

List

Ranking Big Ten quarterbacks by PFF grade through Week 2

LT Ryan Hayes

Grade: 74.8

Played 34 total snaps

WR Tyler Morris

Photo: Sarah Coull

Grade: 75.2

Played seven snaps

TE Erick All

Photo: Isaiah Hole

Grade: 75.6

Played 17 total snaps

RB Blake Corum

Photo: Sarah Coull

Grade: 76.0

Played 17 total snaps

WR Roman Wilson

Photo: Isaiah Hole

Grade: 77.2

Played 10 total snaps

RB Isaiah Gash

Photo: Isaiah Hole

Grade: 79.4

Played four snaps

WR Cornelius Johnson

Photo: Sarah Coull

Grade: 85.6

Played 25 snaps

RB Donovan Edwards

Photo: Sarah Coull

Grade: 86.5

Played nine snaps

TE Max Bredeson

Photo: Isaiah Hole

Grade: 92.7

Played 10 snaps

QB J.J. McCarthy

Photo by: Isaiah Hole

Grade: 93.7 grade

Played 27 snaps

Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire