Kevin Koger is in his second season as a Michigan football offensive graduate assistant coach, where he assists with the tight ends.
Prior to joining U-M, Koger served as a coach at Saline High School.
Koger was a four-year letterman and three-year starter at tight end at Michigan (2008-11). He appeared in 47 career games for the Wolverines with 30 starts. Koger finished his collegiate career with 59 receptions for 756 yards and nine touchdowns. He was a team captain and an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection by both the league's coaches and the media as a senior.
Koger earned his bachelor's degree in sports management from Michigan.
He attended Whitmer High School, where he holds school records for career receiving yards, (1,210), career touchdown receptions (16) and single-game receiving yards (210).
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