Last year, Michigan tight end Kevin Koger was a matchup nightmare for defenses as he had the speed to really hurt them up the seam. However, when you only catch 14 passes on the year, you can't do that much damage. Offensive coordinator Al Borges thinks that Koger could double that production saying "He can catch 30-plus balls. He has that type of ability. What Kevin has, he has an NFL-type profile as a tight end."
Those are decent numbers for a tight end but we will just have to wait and see how many times Denard Robinson targets the big fella.