PFF grades: Michigan football’s top 10 offensive players vs. Nebraska

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Wolverines remained unbeaten after dominating Nebraska on Saturday night. Michigan defeated the Cornhuskers, 34-3.

The maize and blue gained 412 yards of offense on Saturday, and Michigan did most of its damage on the ground, The Wolverines ran the ball for 264 yards. Blake Corum had another huge game; he ran for 162 yards. The Heisman contender found the end zone once against Nebraska.

Michigan had 27 first downs on Saturday and the Wolverines averaged six yards per play on its way to 10-0.

If you wondered which Michigan players were the best, we have you covered. Pro Football Focus grades each player after every game and we are going to show you who graded the best for the Wolverines. In order to make the list, we have a 20-snap minimum.

Here are the top 10 Michigan football offensive players according to PFF.

Joel Honigford (62.2)

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24 snaps

J.J. McCarthy (63.7)

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62 snaps

Roman Wilson (63.9)

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22 snaps

Giovanni El-Hadi (68.1)

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70 snaps

Olu Oluwatimi (70.6)

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62 snaps

Ryan Hayes (70.9)

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62 snaps

Ronnie Bell (71.0)

Ronnie Bell
Ronnie Bell

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54 snaps

Colston Loveland (72.5)

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58 snaps

Zak Zinter (79.1)

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62 snaps

Blake Corum (89.7)

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39 snaps

Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire