LIVONIA, Mich. (AP) — Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez says cornerback Donovan Warren has asked the NFL Draft Advisory Board to project when he would be selected if he skipped his senior season.Rodriguez told reporters before the team banquet Thursday night that he would understand if Warren chose to go pro if the advisory board projected him as a first-round or early second-round selection.The board consists of scouting experts who offer opinions to players about if, or in which round, they might be picked during the NFL draft.Warren's four interceptions led the Wolverines in 2009.Michigan will be without at least one key player during spring drills. Freshman running back Vincent Smith suffered a knee injury against Ohio State that will require surgery, sidelining him until fall.
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