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PHN graduate McGregor just hoping to play, with season now in jeopardy

By Joseph Hayes

Braiden McGregor has been through it all.

The recruiting process, big games, a devastating injury.

But after graduating high school as the states top ranked football prospect, the Port Huron Northern graduate has shown the type of resiliency that only the best of the best athletes are expected to portray.

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After signing and early enrolling at the University of Michigan, so much of what McGregor has worked for appears to be in jeopardy.

That includes the season, itself.

McGregor is now healed from a knee injury and is ready to get back on the field and represent his hometown.

But will he get a chance to play after all?

Listen as McGregor talks with Joseph Hayes about his return to the football field and the season being in doubt:

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