Mike Hart  (American football)

Leon Michael Hart was born on April 9, 1986 is an American football coach and former player

He currently serves as the running backs coach at University of Michigan

Hart played college football as a running back at the University of Michigan from 2004 to 2007 and holds the Michigan Wolverines career rushing record with 5,040 yards

He was selected by the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL) in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft

He has previously worked as an assistant football coach at Syracuse University, Western Michigan University, Eastern Michigan University, and Indiana University Bloomington.

His national career touchdown record of 204 was surpassed by Johnathan Gray in 2011 although he remains first in career points

Hart also excelled academically in high school scoring 1280 on the SAT and graduating in the top five of his class with a 94% average

In the 2004 season, Hart set a Michigan record for most rushing yards in a season by a freshman with 1,455

National awards

– 2006 Doak Walker Award finalist – 2006 Maxwell Award semifinalist – 2006 Walter Camp Award watchlist – 2006 Heisman Trophy fifth place – 2007 Maxwell Award semifinalist – 2007 Doak Walker Award finalist

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