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Week 7: Corum rushed for 52 yards on12 carries. and 1 reception for 15 yards and 2 touchdown in a 52-7 win over IU.
Week 6: Corum rushed for 69 yards on 9 carries. His longest run was for 40 yards and 1 touchdown in a 52-10 win over MINN.
Week 5: Michigan crushed host Nebraska, 45-7 and Corum had 74 yards on 16 carries (4.6 yards per carry) to pace the offense. He had one rushing TD and two runs of 10+ yards. The RB was not targeted in the passing game. — JH
Week 4: Against Rutgers, Corum had his biggest workload on the season, rushing 21 times for 97 yards (4.6 YPC) and two touchdowns in Michigan's 31-7 win. He demonstrated tough, determined running, gaining 50 of his yards after contact. He was not a factor in the passing game, getting no targets. — JH
Week 3: Corum's 101 rushes yards on 12 touches (8.4 ypc) against Bowling Green were a bit of a mirage given that 50 yards of that total came on one run. But he also rushed for two TDs in the Wolverines' 31-6 win. The Michigan back was not targeted in the passing game. — JH
Week 2: A sterling day for Corum who rushed for 80 yards on 15 carries (5.3 yards per carry) and three touchdowns to lead Michigan to a 35-7 win over UNLV and a 2-0 start to the season. The Wolverines back added two catches for 23 yards.
Week 1: In Michigan's comfortable 30-3 win over East Carolina, Corum recorded 73 yards on 10 carries and a touchdown. He had a long of 37 yards, a scamper to the outside that took him the EC 2-yard line. He scored his touchdown on the next play. Corum also caught three passes for five yards.
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2022 (jr): Appeared in 12 games with 12 starts at running back; ran for 1,463 yards (No. 8 single-season U-M history) on 247 attempts with 18 touchdowns (tied-third, single-season U-M history) and added 11 receptions for 80 yards with a score to earn his third varsity letter…Unanimous First-Team All-American…First-team All-American by Pro Football Focus College…Doak Walker Award Finalist…Semifinalist: Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Player of the Year, Jason Witten Collegiate Man of the Year…Chicago Tribune Silver Football winner (2022)...Ameche-Dayne Big Ten Running Back of the Year (2022)...Consensus first-team All-Big Ten selection by the coaches and media…Midseason All-American by Sporting News, AP, The Athletic (first team)...Named the team's Bo Schembechler Most Valuable Player, as well as the recipient of the Toughest Player and Blue Collar Awards (2022)...Named Offensive Player of the Week for his performances against UConn, Maryland…Five times, shared Offensive Player of the Game honors for his performance against Penn State, Michigan State, Nebraska, at Iowa, at Rutgers…Maxwell Award Weekly Honor Roll member (Nov. 10)...Co-Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 26)...Rose Bowl Game Committee Big Ten Player of the Week and Maxwell Award Honor Roll following his performance against Maryland…In a start against Colorado State (Sept. 3), carried 13 times for 76 yards with one touchdown, and caught a nine-yard pass…Totaled 88 yards rushing on just nine carries in a start against Hawaii (Sept. 10), with one touchdown…Tied a Michigan record with five touchdown runs against UConn (Sept. 17) and had 71 rushing yards…Produced a career day against Maryland (Sept. 24), totaling 243 rushing yards on 30 attempts with two touchdowns…Carried 29 times in a start at Iowa (Oct. 1), totaling 133 rushing yards with a touchdown…Ran for 124 yards on 25 carries with one touchdown starting at Indiana (Oct. 8)...Had a big day in a start against Penn State (Oct. 15), totaling 166 rushing on 28 carries with two touchdowns…Scored twice (one receiving) and had 177 rushing yards on 33 carries against Michigan State (Oct. 29)...Cracked the century mark for the sixth straight game and scored twice with 109 yards on 20 carries at Rutgers (Nov. 5)...Registered 162 rushing yards on 28 carries against Nebraska (Nov. 12) with one touchdown…Totaled 147 all-purpose yards (108 rushing) against Illinois (Nov. 19) on 20 touches (18 carries) and scored once…Started and carried the ball twice at Ohio State (Nov. 26)
2021 (soph)...Appeared in 12 games at running back and also returned kickoffs; carried 143 times for 952 yards with 11 touchdowns and added 24 receptions for 141 yards and one touchdown; also returned 12 kickoffs for 304 yards to earn his second varsity letter…All-Big Ten selection (third team, coaches, honorable mention, media)...Paul Hornung Award semifinalist…Shared Offensive Skill Player of the Year honors…Three times, shared Offensive Player of the Week honors after his performances against Western Michigan, Washington, at Nebraska…Big Ten Offensive Player of the Week (Sept. 13)...Rose Bowl Game Big Ten Player of the Week (Sept. 13), Paul Hornung Award Honor Roll (Sept. 13)...Recorded his first career 100-yard rushing effort against Western Michigan (Sept. 4), totaling 14 carries for 111 yards with a touchdown and adding two receptions for 22 yards and a touchdown…Had a monster performance against Washington (Sept. 11) with 21 carries, 171 rushing yards and three touchdowns (all career highs at the time) and added a 49-yard return for 231 yards all-purpose…Totaled 125 yards on 13 carries with three touchdowns against Northern Illinois (Sept. 18)...Turned 23 touches (21 carries) into 79 yards against Rutgers (Sept. 25)...Totaled 46 rushing yards on 15 carries and has an eight-yard reception at Wisconsin (Oct. 2)...Produced 183 all-purpose yards at Nebraska (Oct. 9) including 89 rush yards and one touchdown on 13 carries and another 37 in the receiving game…Racked up 160 all-purpose yards behind 19 carries for 119 on the ground with two touchdowns against Northwestern (Oct. 23)...Carried 13 times for 45 yards with two receptions at Michigan State (Oct. 30)...Left game against Indiana (Nov. 6) with an injury after one carry…Registered 87 yards on six carries against Ohio State (Nov. 27) with a 55-yard long…Carried five times for 74 yards with a 67-yard touchdown against Iowa in the Big Ten Championship (Dec. 4) and also caught two passes…Caught two passes and rushed three times for 13 yards against Georgia in the Capital One Orange Bowl/CFP Semifinal (Dec. 31)
2020 (fr): Appeared in all six games at running back and on special teams, with one start in the backfield; carried 26 times for 77 yards with two touchdowns and caught five passes for 73 yards, also returned five kickoffs for 96 yards to earn his first varsity letter…Shared Offensive Player of the Week honors with three running back teammates for his performance against Minnesota…In his collegiate debut, started at Minnesota (Oct. 24) and turned five carries into 24 yards, and adding two catches for 36 yards…Against Michigan State (Oct. 31), turned seven touches into 32 yards with a pair of rushing touchdowns, including two catches for 17 yards…Carried twice and caught a 21-yard pass out of the backfield at Indiana (Nov. 7)...Netted five yards on the ground against Wisconsin (Nov. 14) and returned two kickoffs…Totaled 20 yards on five touches at Rutgers (Nov. 21), including one reception…Finished with 27 yards rushing against Penn State (Nov. 28)
High school: Attended St. Frances Academy (2020) coached by Biff Poggi…Helped lead St. Frances to an 11-1 season in 2019 and the No. 3 rank in HighSchoolFootballAmerica.com’s national rankings and the No. 5 ranking in the USA Today Super 25…Carried the ball 145 times for 1,266 yards and scored 19 rushing touchdowns as a senior; added eight receptions for 152 yards and three TDs…Rushed for 1,415 yards and added 280 receiving yards to go along with 20 touchdowns as a junior…2019 Gatorade Player of the Year in the state of Maryland…Rated as the 119th-best player nationally, the 12th overall running back, the No. 6 prospect in Maryland and a four-star performer in the 247Sports Composite rankings…4-star prospect according to 247Sports; rated as the seventh-best player in Maryland, the nation’s 19th-best running back and the 237th overall player in the country…4-star performer according to Rivals.com; listed as the sixth-best prospect in Maryland, the No. 8 running back nationally and the 67th overall player in the country….Member of the ESPN300 as the 116th overall prospect nationally; ranked as the sixth-best player in Maryland, the No. 16 prospect in the region and the 12th-best running back in the country…PrepStar Magazine Top 350 All-American; listed as the 11th-best running back nationally and the ninth-rated player in the state of Maryland…Selected to participate in the Under Armour All-American Game.
Born November 25, 2000…Son of James and Christina Corum
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