Michigan football linebacker Antonio Poole will likely miss beginning of camp with undisclosed injury
CHICAGO -- Brady Hoke is never open about injuries, but Friday during the Big Ten's media days, he did open up about one.
The Michigan football coach said that redshirt freshman linebacker Antonio Poole will likely miss the beginning of camp with an injury.
Hoke would not disclose the nature of Poole's injury.
"Everybody heals a little differently."
Hoke said he'd find out more about the team's overall health Monday, but he believes the overall roster is "OK" injury-wise.
One dinged up player Hoke does expect to be ready for the start of camp is defensive lineman Nathan Brink, who had been saddled with a leg injury.
The 6-foot-2, 212-pound Poole redshirted last season after signing with Michigan out of Cincinnati's Winton Woods High School.