Where He Fits
When it comes to the offensive line, coming in and starting as a true freshman is very difficult and extremely rare. Not just at Michigan, but in a lot of high profile colleges where the competition of football is high.
To put it in perspective, only five true freshman have started a game on the offensive line. Sure, Mason Cole has a chance to be the sixth, but he's way ahead of the curve due to enrolling a semester early. However, that doesn't necessarily mean it is a lock.
To make a long story short, don't expect Bushell-Beatty to see much playing time in 2014. The offensive line is a position of constant development, so he will need to do a lot of it to be considered for a tackle position in the future. It also doesn't help that Bushell-Beatty doesn't have much football experience to speak of, so his ability is very raw at the moment.
With a year or two of development and learning technique, he could compete for a position that has some young depth on roster.