J’Marick Woods, Ex-Wolverine

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21Oct 2019
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J’Marick Woods, Ex-Wolverine

J’Marick Woods

Junior safety J’Marick Woods has entered the transfer portal. He’s listed at 6’3″, 203 lbs. and has played in four games so far this season.

Woods signed with Michigan in the class of 2017, and I gave him a TTB Rating of 78 (LINK). He made 26 tackles and 0.5 tackles for loss while playing over parts of three seasons, including one start in the Outback Bowl following the 2017 season.

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24May 2019
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Ron Johnson, Jr., Ex-Wolverine

Ron Johnson

Redshirt junior defensive end Ron Johnson, Jr. has entered the transfer portal and will not return to Michigan.

Johnson was a member of the 2016 recruiting class and signed with the Wolverines out of Camden (NJ) Camden, along with wide receiver/safety Brad Hawkins (who then took a prep year). He was a Semper Fidelis All-American and I gave Johnson a TTB Rating of 83 (LINK).

However, Johnson has been languishing somewhere in the 70s of the last few season countdowns, and there just hasn’t been much progress. He bulked up to play some 3-technique defensive tackle at one point, but he transitioned back to defensive end without a noticeable move upward on the depth chart at either spot. He played one game as a true freshman and did not see the field in either 2017 or 2018. He was not expected to play a significant role in 2019, so this loss opens up a scholarship for a transfer or a walk-on.

Michigan now has just 83 scholarship players slated to be on the roster in 2019 (LINK). Not counting Hawkins (who signed again in 2017), Michigan is down to just 14 out of 28 players who signed with the Wolverines in that 2016 class.

19Apr 2019
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Myles Sims, Ex-Wolverine

Myles Sims (image via Wolverines Wire)

Rising redshirt freshman cornerback Myles Sims has entered the transfer portal, which likely means he will not be returning to the Wolverines.

Sims committed to Michigan in April of 2017 (LINK) and was an Under Armour All-American in the 2018 class (LINK). He ended up as a 4-star, the #17 cornerback, and #170 overall.

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29Jan 2019
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Reuben Jones, Ex-Wolverine

Michigan defensive end Reuben Jones has put his name into the transfer portal. As a rising fifth-year senior, he should be eligible to play elsewhere immediately, meaning there’s very little downside to him transferring.

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