■ Rob Moseley has your Friday practice report.
■ Mark Helfrich and Brady Hoke talked with the media following practice.
■ Malik Lovette and Dylan Kane have made the switch to new positions.
■ Kevin Gemmell believes Charles Nelson could be a game changer.
For now, it looks as though Nelson is going to stay on the offensive side of the ball. But considering the work he did on defense last season, it wouldn’t be shocking to see him thrust back into service in the secondary. The junior posted 47 stops last season with a pair of interceptions. He still managed to haul in 17 balls for 270 yards and three scores. As a kick returner, he averaged 26.5 yards per return with a touchdown.