This is a poll I took over the summer, prior to the season. Then things got busy and I didn't have a chance to post the results.
Who do you think Michigan's leading receiver will be in 2013? All statistics are through seven games.
Jeremy Gallon: 79%
Gallon took a pretty commanding lead with his 369-yard performance against Indiana, but as of now, he has 45 catches for 831 yards and 7 touchdowns.
Amara Darboh: 10%
Darboh suffered a foot injury shortly before the season began, has not played, and is expected to miss the rest of the year.
Devin Funchess: 3%
Funchess has 23 catches for 492 yards and 4 touchdowns. He was pushing Gallon for the lead, but now he's 339 yards behind.
Drew Dileo: 1% (6 votes)
Dileo has 8 catches for 99 yards and 1 touchdown. I expect him to catch a few more passes down the stretch, but he's obviously out of the running.
Jehu Chesson: 1% (5 votes)
Chesson's 7 catches for 98 yards and 1 touchdown aren't particularly impressive, but the physical skills are there to be a leading receiver someday. He needs to work on his hands and on adjusting to balls in the air.
Jeremy Jackson: 1% (4 votes)
Jackson has notched 5 catches for 53 yards.
Da'Mario Jones: 1% (4 votes)
Jones has yet to see time on offense, although he has played on special teams.
Joe Reynolds: 1% (4 votes)
Reynolds has 3 catches for 56 yards after being passed up for playing time by Chesson.
Csont'e York: 1% (4 votes)
York has played sparingly this season and has yet to make a catch.
Other: 0% (2 votes)
I don't know who else might have received a vote. Maybe Dennis Norfleet's parents stopped by to vote.
Jaron Dukes: 0% (0 votes)
Yeah, nobody voted for him.