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Graham Glasgow Welcomes Fellow Wolverine Jake Rudock to the Detroit Lions

Michigan's quarterback/center tandem reuniting in the Motor City.

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Michigan Football has had three players taken in the 2016 NFL Draft, two of which will be heading to the local Detroit Lions.

Offensive lineman Graham Glasgow and quarterback Jake Rudock were taken by the Lions in the third and sixth rounds, respectively.

Glasgow welcomed his past and now present teammate to the team following the selection:

At this time last season, not many could have predicted this. Glasgow's role on the offensive line was up in the air and Rudock was not on campus in Ann Arbor yet and was seen as a stop gap option at quarterback anyways.

Both left the program as NFL hopefuls and their story is far from over now that they are pro teammates.