Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 15

Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 15

December 21, 2020
Tyrece Woods (image via UB Athletics)

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WR Tarik Black (Texas): Texas’s regular season is over. Black had 10 catches for 240 yards and 1 touchdown.

WR Kekoa Crawford (Cal): Cal’s (1-3) regular season is over. Crawford led the team in receptions (19), receiving yards (232), and yards per catch (12.2), and he was tied for the lead in touchdowns (2).

DT Michael Dwumfour (Rutgers): Dwumfour did not play in the season finale for Rutgers (3-6) against Nebraska. Dwumfour finished the year with 25 tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks, and 2 quarterback hurries.

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OT James Hudson III (Cincinnati): Cincinnati (9-0) beat Tulsa by a score of 27-24 for the AAC championship. Hudson was the starting left tackle for the Bearcats.

S Jaylen Kelly-Powell (Akron): Akron’s (1-5) season is over. Kelly-Powell made 18 tackles and 2 pass breakups.

DE Aaron Lewis (Rutgers): Lewis made 3 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss in the 28-21 loss to Nebraska. He finished the year with 12 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 0.5 sacks.

WR Oliver Martin (Nebraska): Martin made 1 catch for 4 yards in a 28-21 win over Rutgers. He finished the year with 5 catches for 63 yards.

TE Mustapha Muhammad (Kilgore Junior College): Muhammad transferred from Michigan to Houston and is now at Kilgore Junior College, which has canceled its season due to COVID.

QB Brandon Peters (Illinois): Peters completed 0/4 passes in a 56-21 loss to Penn State, and most of the QB snaps in his final college game went to dual-threat QB Isaiah Williams. Peters finished the year completing 39/80 passes (48.8%) for 429 yards, 3 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions. Illinois went 2-6.

CB Myles Sims (Georgia Tech): Sims finished the season with 15 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 2 pass breakups for Georgia Tech (3-7).

LB Drew Singleton (Rutgers): Singleton made 1 tackle in the 28-21 loss to Nebraska. He finished the year with 15 tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss.

DT Aubrey Solomon (Tennessee): Solomon made 2 tackles in a 34-13 loss to Texas A&M. He finished the year with 17 tackles and 1 quarterback hurry.

OG Stephen Spanellis (Vanderbilt): Spanellis opted out of the 2020 season.

CB Benjamin St-Juste (Minnesota): St-Juste made 4 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 20-17 loss to Wisconsin. The Gophers finished 3-4 and St-Juste finished with 14 tackles and 3 pass breakups.

RB Kareem Walker (Mississippi State): Walker entered the transfer portal and is leaving Mississippi State.

S J’Marick Woods (Duke): Woods made 22 tackles and 1 pass breakup this season for 2-9 Duke.


RB Tim Baldwin (Indiana): Indiana (6-1) had its game canceled against Purdue. Baldwin himself had 19 carries for 124 yards, all but 18 yards of which came against Maryland.

WR Kalil Branham (Kentucky): Branham redshirted for 4-6 Kentucky.

CB Te’Cory Couch (Miami): Couch made 27 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks, and 1 interception for the Hurricanes (8-2).

CB Shaun Crawford (Notre Dame): Crawford made 8 tackles and 1 pass breakup in a 34-10 loss to Clemson, but he was also burned for a 67-yard touchdown pass. He finishes the regular season with 48 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 2 sacks, 1 interception (for 23 yards), and 5 pass breakups after transitioning from corner to safety.

OG Emil Ekiyor (Alabama): Ekiyor started at right guard in a 52-46 win over Florida. Alabama is 11-0.

RB Eric Gray (Tennessee): Gray did not play in the 34-13 loss to Texas A&M. He finished the year rushing 157 times for 772 yards (4.9 yards/carry) and 4 touchdowns, catching 30 passes for 254 yards (8.5 yards/catch) and 2 touchdowns, and returning 5 punts for 35 yards.

OT Devery Hamilton (Duke): Hamilton was Duke’s (2-9) starting right tackle.

OT Kai-Leon Herbert (Miami): Herbert missed the season for Miami due to injury.

WR Jeremiah Holloman (FIU): FIU went 0-5 this season. Holloman made 8 catches for 108 yards and 1 touchdown. He has entered the transfer portal for the second time after previously playing for Georgia.

C Jalil Irvin (Auburn): Irvin was a backup for the Auburn (6-4).

LB Chase Lasater (FAU): Lasater made 65 tackles, 5 tackles for loss, 1 sack, and 3 quarterback hurries for the 5-3 Owls.

OT Micah Mazzccua (Baylor): Mazzccua redshirted this year for 2-7 Golden Bears.

TE Nick Patterson (Choate Rosemary Hall): Patterson, who decommitted from Michigan and signed with Princeton, decided to take a prep year and enroll at Choate Rosemary Hall in Connecticut. That would make him a teammate of class of 2021 Michigan commit Tristan Bounds, though with Connecticut football being canceled, I’m not sure if Patterson is truly there or not.

Amauri Pesek-Hickson (Kansas): Kansas finished the season at 0-9. Pesek-Hickson did not play the first few games, but he finished with 40 carries for 145 catches and 2 catches for 10 yards.

S Otis Reese (Ole Miss): Reese is redshirting at Ole Miss after transferring from Georgia.

S Antwaine Richardson (Maryland): Richardson recorded 22 tackles for Maryland (2-3).

OT Erik Swenson (Oklahoma): Oklahoma (8-2) beat Iowa State by a score of 27-21 to win the Big 12 Championship. Swenson started at left tackle.

TE Leonard Taylor (Cincinnati): Taylor made 1 catch for 9 yards in a 27-24 win over Tulsa. He finishes the regular season with 15 catches for 186 yards and 1 touchdown.

LB Vic Viramontes (UNLV): UNLV went 0-5 this season. Viramontes made 29 tackles and 2 pass breakups.

DE Rashad Weaver (Pitt): Pitt went 5-5 during the regular season. Weaver made 35 tackles, 14.5 tackles for loss, 7.5 sacks, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 2 pass breakups, and 12 quarterback hurries.

DT Tyrece Woods (Buffalo): Buffalo finished its season with a 38-28 loss in the MAC Championship, altogether going 5-1. Woods made 6 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks in the game, his best of the season. He finished the year with 10 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, and 2 sacks.


D.J. Durkin (Co-Defensive Coordinator, Ole Miss): Ole Miss (4-5) had its third worst defensive game of the season, giving up 593 yards to LSU in a 53-48 loss. They also allowed the second-most points of their season, behind Alabama’s 63.

Pep Hamilton (Quarterbacks Coach, Los Angeles Chargers): Hamilton coaches rookie sensation Justin Herbert, who completed 22/32 passes for 314 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 0 interceptions – plus the game-winning QB sneak TD – in a 30-27 win over the Raiders.

Mike Hankwitz (Defensive Coordinator, Northwestern): Hankwitz is retiring as Northwestern’s defensive coordinator after this season. The Wildcats suffered a 22-10 loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten Championship game, but that’s the fewest points OSU has scored this season (the previous low was 38). Hankwitz coached for 51 years and played tight/end linebacker at Michigan under Bo Schembechler. Here’s an article about Hankwitz if you’re interested (LINK).

Brady Hoke (Head Coach, San Diego State): Hoke and the Aztecs went 4-4 this season.

Scot Loeffler (Head Coach, Bowling Green State): The Falcons went 0-5 for the season.

Les Miles (Head Coach, Kansas): Kansas’s final regular season game was canceled due to COVID. The team finished at 0-9.

Chris Partridge (C-Defensive Coordinator, Ole Miss): Partridge’s defense was just as bad as Durkin’s (see above).

Rod Smith (Offensive Coordinator Head Coach, Illinois): Smith was elevated to head coach after Lovie Smith was fired last week, but Smith didn’t fare much better in a 56-21 loss to Penn State.

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