Getting to Know Roy Roundtree
Roy Roundtree
Wide Receiver

Freshman wide receiver Roy Roundtree will redshirt the 2008 season and look to make his mark next year on the gridiron. Roy attended Trotwood-Madison High School in Ohio with fellow Wolverines Michael Shaw and Brandon Moore where he was division offensive player of the year and earned first team all-state honors. Roy caught 165 balls for 2,637 yards and 28 touchdowns in his prep career, graduating as a four star prospect in 2008.

Full name (nickname): Roy Randolph Roundtree (Randy)
I can't live without: my cell phone
After my football career, I hope to: become a teacher
Person who had the biggest influence on my life: my parents
Most impressive people I've ever known: Jeff Graham and Maurice Douglas
The most famous person I've met is: Kobe Bryant
Person in history I'd most like to meet: Michael Phelps
My advice to young kids: stay in school and learn from your parents
When I was growing up, I never thought I would: play football
Hobbies and leisure activities: sleep, play Xbox all day with Mike Shaw and Brandon Moore
When I have free time I like to: Sleep
Pre-game ritual: pray
My SportsCenter highlight is: winning the Big Ten
In a football game, someday I'd like to: play for a national championship
If I was to play another sport, it would be: basketball
When I want to get away from football I: chill and talk to my mom
When I played football as a kid, I pretended I was: Randy Moss
Nobody knows that I can: Rap
The greatest football game I ever played in was: in high school, our team came back from a 21-0 deficit and won the game. I had 12 catches for 221 yards and two touchdowns.


Food: Chicken
Breakfast cereal: Any
Late night snack: Sub
Place to eat out: Red Lobster
Cartoon/TV show growing up: Tom and Jerry
TV channel: ESPN
Magazine to read: Any
Book: 48 Laws of Power or Bible
Movie: Batman
Actor: Adam Sandler
Sports hero: Deion Sanders
Superhero: Power Rangers
Cartoon character: Tom and Jerry
Musician or music group: Usher
Video game: NCAA Football 2009
Car: any
Class at U-M: linguistics

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