INDIANAPOLIS — The debate from NFL teams about Michigan standout Devin Funchess hasn't stopped.
Determining whether Funchess is a big wide receiver, an athletic tight end -- or perhaps both depending on the offensive scheme -- has become a popular topic in NFL circles.
Funchess' opinion: "I consider myself as a ballplayer."
Funchess played one full season at wide receiver this past season. And the 6-foot-4, 232-pound second-team All-Big Ten Conference selection caught 62 passes for 733 yards and four touchdowns.
Although Funchess wasn't the most consistent player for the Wolverines, the potential first-round draft pick did finish his career with 126 receptions, 1,715 yards and 15 touchdowns. Funchess began his career as a wide receiver before moving to tight end. He was named the Big Ten Tight End of the Year as a sophomore and was then moved back to wide receiver.