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Jabrill Peppers: Scouting Report and Pro Player Comparison for 5-Star Athlete

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Jabrill Peppers, a 5-star athlete who is one of the most versatile prospects in the 2014 class, has announced that he will be joining Brady Hoke and the Michigan Wolverines. This freak of nature is 6’1”, 205 lbs, with a 4.50 40-yard...

Jabrill Peppers Highlights: 5-Star Athlete Gives Scouting Report on Himself

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Five-star athlete Jabrill Peppers has gained a ton of attention and continues to be pursued by the top programs in the country. The 6'1", 205-pound machine breaks down his own scouting report with Bleacher Report and what he can bri...

Jabrill Peppers Highlights: 5-Star Athlete Reveals Hidden Talent

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

5-star athlete Jabrill Peppers may have some of the best highlights in the country, but the superstar has another talent he hasn't revealed yet. Bleacher Report sat down with Peppers to talk about his favorite TV shows, favorite foo...

Watch No. 1 ATH Jabrill Peppers List Top 10 Things Most Excited for at Michigan

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Jabrill Peppers was the top athlete in the class of 2014, according to 247Sports Composite. Currently in Ann Harbor, Peppers is grinding right now to prepare for his first season as a Michigan Wolverine. He took some time out to tal...

Watch Michigan Stud ATH Jabrill Peppers List Top 10 Predictions for Frosh Season

American Football / College Sports : Bleacher Report - College Football

Five-star stud athlete Jabrill Peppers is the face of the incoming Michigan recruiting class. Peppers is already being called the next Charles Woodson because of his ability to play both sides of the ball and his dangerous returning...

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