MLive: Drake Harris announces transfer to Western Michigan

    Fifth year senior Drake Harris will spend his final year of eligibility at Western Michigan (LINK). Harris moved to cornerback early in 2017, was rumored to be dropping football to play basketball, and then moved to wide receiver for the remainder of the year. It's been a strange ride for Harris, and now he'll finished up as a Bronco.

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    Tim Drevno, Ex-Wolverine

    Tim Drevno (image via 247 Sports)

    This is "old news" by now because it was announced yesterday and I posted a link last night, but I wanted to share a few thoughts on the departure of offensive coordinator/offensive line coach Tim Drevno.

    Some of Michigan's offensive line numbers over the past few years:

    ADJUSTED LINE YARDS
    2015: #52
    2016: #64
    2017: #20

    ADJUSTED SACK RATE
    2015: #13
    2016: #28
    2017: #117

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    MLive: Tim Drevno reportedly resigns

    Tim Drevno is out as Michigan's offensive coordinator (LINK).

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    Ex-Wolverines: Class of 2007

    Ryan Mallett (image via Sports Illustrated)

    Here's a wrap-up of the 2007 signees who left Michigan before their eligibility was completed.

    Zion Babb - Wide receiver/cornerback - Alhambra (CA) Alhambra
    Babb committed to the Wolverines as a speed-burning wide receiver, but bounced back and forth between receiver and cornerback in his two years at Michigan.  He redshirted as a freshman in 2007.  As a receiver in 2008 during Rich Rodriguez's first year, Babb caught 2 passes for 45 yards.  However, there were multiple behavior and attitude issues - including reported verbal altercations with coaches on the practice field - that forced the program to part ways with him.  He attended a junior college in 2009 and was reportedly considering transfers to Colorado and New Mexico, but did not appear on either team's 2010 roster.
    Current status: Out of football

    Artis Chambers - Safety/linebacker - Fort Wayne (IN) Snider
    Chambers committed to the Wolverines as part of a seemingly excellent defensive back haul in 2007, joining Jerimy Finch and Donovan Warren.  Chambers played immediately, making 7 tackles as a freshman in 2007.  He added 4 tackles in 2008 while playing a linebacker/safety hybrid role, but left the team prior to the end of the season.  After the 2008 season, he announced a transfer to Ball State and sat out the 2009 campaign.  He was not on Ball State's 2010 but popped up at Delta State in 2012, where he played in seven games and made 6 tackles.
    Current status: Out of football

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    MLive: Hurst falls from 1st round in Kiper's latest mock draft

    Mel Kiper, Jr. dropped Maurice Hurst, Jr. out of the first round in his latest mock (LINK).

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    Goodbye, Maurice Hurst, Jr.

    Maurice Hurst, Jr. (image via Freep)

    HIGH SCHOOL 

    Hurst is the son of former NFL cornerback Maurice Hurst. The younger Hurst attended Westwood (MA) Xaverian Brothers, where he was a 247 Composite 4-star, the #21 defensive tackle, and #266 overall in the 2013 class. He was recruited to Michigan by Curt Mallory, while also fielding offers from Boston College, Nebraska, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Ohio State, among others. He played a good deal of fullback in high school, too. Hurst committed to Michigan in June of 2012, and his only official visit was to Ann Arbor. He played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. I initially gave Hurst a TTB Rating of 73 (LINK) and questioned whether he would get bulky and technical enough to play nose tackle at the next level, but I bumped him to a 78 after National Signing Day (LINK).

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