Michigan Football Doppelgänger: Jabrill Peppers

The writer/narrator of this series Michael Spath didn’t tell me who Jabrill’s Doppelgänger is, so I was trying to guess along with you while I was editing the video. Charles Woodson seems like an obvious choice given the impact he had on all three phases of the game, but I’m going to go with little-known safety/linebacker hybrid John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt. I bet whenever Peppers goes out in Ann Arbor, the people always shout his name. I know I shout his name in my living room whenever he touches the ball.