2021 Ex-Wolverine Updates: Championship Week

2021 Ex-Wolverine Updates: Championship Week

December 6, 2021
Brady Hoke (image via USA Today)


LB Jordan Anthony (Troy): Troy went 5-7 this season. He finishes the season with 35 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss.

RB Zach Charbonnet (UCLA): Charbonnet has 203 carries for 1,137 yards (5.6 yards/carry) and 13 touchdowns this season. He also caught 24 passes for 197 yards.

WR Kekoa Crawford (Cal): Cal went 5-7 this season. Crawford finishes the season with 36 catches for 491 yards (13.6 yards/catch) and 0 touchdowns. He also returned 2 punts for 18 yards and completed 1/1 passes for 34 yards.

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P Will Hart (San Jose State): SJSU went 5-7 this season. Hart finishes the season with 67 punts for 2,976 yards (44.4 yards/punt)

QB Ren Hefley (Presbyterian): Presbyterian went 2-9 this season. Altogether, Hefley completed 351/563 passes (62.3%) for 3,934 yards and 39 touchdowns and 32 interceptions. He also ran 97 times for 27 yards and 2 touchdowns.

WR Giles Jackson (Washington): Washington went 4-8 this season. Jackson had 8 catches for 87 yards, ran 8 times for 45 yards, returned 19 kickoffs for 442 yards (23.3 yards/return), and returned 12 punts for 81 yards (6.8 yards/return). His only score of the year came on a 2-point conversion against Stanford.

S Jaylen Kelly-Powell (Akron): Kelly-Powell finishes the 2-10 season with 73 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 interception, and 1 pass breakup.

DE Aaron Lewis (Rutgers): Lewis finishes the 5-7 season with 29 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and 3 quarterback hurries.

WR Oliver Martin (Nebraska): Finishing with a 3-9 record, Martin had 10 catches for 170 yards and 1 touchdown, 1 rush for 0 yards, and 3 punt returns for 19 yards.

QB Dylan McCaffrey (Northern Colorado): Overall, McCaffrey completed 160/265 passes (60.4%) for 1,332 yards, 5 touchdowns, and 7 interceptions. He also ran 58 times for 227 yards and 4 touchdowns.

QB Joe Milton (Tennessee): Milton has completed 32/62 passes (51.6%) for 375 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. He also ran 28 times for 129 yards and 2 touchdowns.

LB William Mohan (Tennessee): Mohan has made 9 tackles this season.

DT Phillip Paea (Utah State): Paea made 1 tackle in a 46-13 win over San Diego State.

QB Brandon Peters (Illinois): This season Peters completed 91/169 passes (53.8%) for 1,170 yards, 7 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions; he also ran 38 times for a total of 0 yards (0.0 yards/carry).

S Hunter Reynolds (Utah State): Reynolds made 10 tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss, and 1 pass breakup in a 46-13 win over San Diego State.

RB O’Maury Samuels (New Mexico State): During the 2-10 season, Samuels carried the ball 65 times for 202 yards (3.1 yards/carry) and 1 touchdown. He also caught 12 passes for 72 yards.

CB Myles Sims (Georgia Tech): Georgia Tech went 3-9, and Sims made 25 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 3 pass breakups.

LB Drew Singleton (Rutgers): Singleton finished the 5-7 season with 54 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and 1 quarterback hurry.

DT Aubrey Solomon (Tennessee): Solomon has made 8 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss this season.

RB Christian Turner (Wake Forest): Turner ran 6 times for 34 yards in a 45-21 loss to Pitt in the ACC Championship Game.

LB Ben VanSumeren (Michigan State): VanSumeren has made 12 tackles and 1 tackle for loss this season.

DE Luiji Vilain (Wake Forest): Vilain made 3 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, and 1 forced fumble in a 45-21 loss to Pitt.

RB Kareem Walker (South Alabama): This season Walker ran 86 times for 295 yards (3.4 yards/carry) and 4 touchdowns. He also caught 12 passes for 43 yards and 1 score.

LB Cornell Wheeler (Kansas): He made 1 tackle this season.

RB Tru Wilson (Northern Colorado): Wilson ran 56 times for 228 yards (4.1 yards/carry) and caught 23 passes for 121 yards this season.

S J’Marick Woods (Duke): Woods finished the season with 27 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 3 pass breakups, and 2 quarterback hurries.


RB Tim Baldwin, Jr. (Indiana): Baldwin has entered the transfer portal. He had 28 carries for 103 yards (3.6 yards/carry) this season.

CB Te’Cory Couch (Miami): Couch has 33 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, and 5 pass breakups this season.

C Emil Ekiyor, Jr. (Alabama): Ekiyor is Alabama’s starting center.

RB Eric Gray (Oklahoma): Gray has 70 carries for 330 yards (4.7 yards/carry) and 2 touchdowns this year, along with 18 catches for 204 yards and 1 touchdown.

OLB Stephen Herron, Jr. (Stanford): During Stanford’s 3-9 season, Herron made 18 tackles and 3 sacks.

C Jalil Irvin (Auburn): Irvin is a backup lineman for Auburn.

LB Branden Jennings (Maryland): Jennings made 23 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 forced fumble before entering the transfer portal.

RB Amauri Pesek-Hickson (Kansas): Pesek-Hickxon finished the season with 60 carries for 218 yards (3.6 yards/carry) and 5 catches for 34 yards.

S Otis Reese (Ole Miss): Ole Miss is 10-2 and Reese has been one of their best defensive players, making 86 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and 2 pass breakups.

S Antwaine Richardson (Kent State): Richardson finished the season with 3 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss.

DE Quintin Somerville (UCLA): Somerville redshirted for UCLA this season.

OT Erik Swenson (Oklahoma): Swenson is Oklahoma’s starting left tackle.

TE Leonard Taylor (Cincinnati): There’s a chance that Michigan could end up facing Taylor, who was committed to Michigan to play defensive tackle at one point. Taylor made 1 catch for an 8-yard touchdown in last weekend’s 35-20 win over Houston. He has 27 catches for 274 yards and 4 touchdowns this season.

WR Xavier Worthy (Texas): Texas went 4-8 and won’t play in a bowl, but Worthy had an outstanding freshman year and led the Longhorns with 62 catches for 981 yards (15.8 yards/catch) and 12 touchdowns.


Don Brown (Head Coach, UMass): UMass hired Brown to be its new head coach.

D.J. Durkin (Defensive Coordinator, Ole Miss): Ole Miss is #102 in total defense and #54 in scoring defense. They are 10-2 this season.

Jedd Fisch (Head Coach, Arizona): Arizona went 1-11 in Fisch’s inaugural year.

Brady Hoke (Head Coach, San Diego State): SDSU lost in the Mountain West Championship Game by a score of 46-13 to Utah State. Hoke was named Coach of the Year in the Mountain West.

Scot Loeffler (Head Coach, Bowling Green State): BGSU went 4-8 this season.

Rich Rodriguez (Head Coach, Jacksonville State): Rodriguez went 4-8 as Louisiana-Monroe’s offensive coordinator, but he has since been named the new head coach at Jacksonville State.

Nick Sheridan (Offensive Coordinator, Indiana): Sheridan was fired as Indiana’s offensive coordinator after a dismal 2-10 season.

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