Jabrill Peppers, a former nationally-ranked actor during Paramus Catholic High School, was named a Big Ten Co-Defensive Player of a Week.
Michigan’s Jabrill Peppers has warranted to Big Ten actor of a week honors for his opening opposite Colorado, a discussion announced Monday.
Pepper common defensive honors with Ohio State linebacker Jerome Baker, who had a 61-yard interception lapse for a TD in a Buckeyes’ win over Oklahoma. On defense, he purebred 9 tackles (3.5 for loss), a pouch and a hurry. He leads a republic with 9.5 tackles for detriment in 3 games.
He was a apprehension on in a lapse diversion generally with a 54-yard punt lapse for Michigan’s final touchdown and a 55-yard kickoff lapse to give U-M good margin position earlier. He is a initial actor in discussion story to be respected for his defensive and special teams play in a same week.
With his multi-positional value and dominance, Peppers has emerged as a warn Heisman Trophy contender on a defensive side of a football.
And a Big Ten recognized.