Ex-Wolverine Updates: Post-season 2023

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19Jan 2024
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Post-season 2023

Taylor Upshaw (#11, image via Arizona Athletics)


TE Erick All (Iowa): All tore his ACL this past season but finished as Iowa’s leading receiver, catching 21 passes for 299 yards and 3 touchdowns. Despite having another year of eligibility if he wanted it, he declared for the NFL Draft.

WR Andrel Anthony (Oklahoma): Anthony caught 27 passes for 429 yards and 1 touchdown before suffering a season-ending ACL injury.

QB Alan Bowman (Oklahoma State): Bowman led Oklahoma State to a 10-4 record this season. Things started off a little rocky, but he ultimately locked down the starting job and went 304/501 (60.7%) for 3,460 yards, 15 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. He also ran 26 times for 24 yards and 2 touchdowns. He will return to the Cowboys in 2024 for a seventh season of eligibility.

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15Jul 2023
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2023 Season Countdown: #75 Cameron Calhoun

Cameron Calhoun (image via 247 Sports)

Name: Cameron Calhoun
171 lbs.
High school: 
Cincinnati (OH) Winton Woods
Jersey number: 
Last year: 
Calhoun was a senior in high school (LINK). He made 52 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 5 interceptions, and 15 pass breakups.
TTB Rating:

Calhoun was wanted by Kentucky, Maryland, and Pitt, among others, but Michigan won out in a close battle against the Kentucky Wildcats. He finished the cycle ranked as a 4-star, the #31 cornerback, and #396 overall. He enrolled early in Ann Arbor back in January and participated in spring practices. Overall, the feedback was positive and he seemed to put himself in a good position to play in the future.

Michigan’s shortage of cornerbacks is going to require some young, inexperienced guys to play. The Wolverines did land UMass transfer Josh Wallace to potentially start opposite Will Johnson, and they also have the super-athletic – but raw – Amorion Walker. Calhoun has virtually no chance to start, but he could mix in at times to prepare for the future. I think fellow freshman Jyaire Hill is more athletic and has a higher upside, but Calhoun might get a chance to show his stuff, especially early in the season.

Prediction: Backup cornerback

13Dec 2022
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Visitors: December 16-18, 2022

A.J. Barner (image via Twitter)


A.J. Barner – TE – Indiana: Barner is a 6’6″, 250 lb. starting tight end and captain from the Hoosiers. After spending three seasons in Bloomington, he has two seasons of eligibility left. This season he caught 28 passes for 199 yards and 3 touchdowns. Barner was a 3-star, the #51 tight end, and #1147 overall in the class of 2020. With Michigan losing Erick All (Iowa), Luke Schoonmaker (NFL), Louis Hansen (transfer), Carter Selzer (graduation), and Joel Honigford (graduation), they need some reinforcements at the tight end position.

Josaiah Stewart – OLB – Coastal Carolina: Stewart is a 6’2″, 230 lb. outside linebacker whom Michigan offered when he came out of high school in 2021. He went to Coastal Carolina and had an outstanding freshman season followed up by a pretty solid sophomore year. Now that he’s in the transfer portal, he has two years of eligibility remaining and appears to be choosing between Michigan and USC.

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28Nov 2022
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Cameron Calhoun, Wolverine

Cincinnati (OH) Winton Woods CB Cameron Calhoun (image via 247 Sports)

Cincinnati (OH) Winton Woods cornerback Cameron Calhoun committed to Michigan on Saturday. He picked the Wolverines over offers from Cincinnati and West Virginia (he was committed to both at different times), as well as Kentucky, Maryland, and Michigan State.

Calhoun is listed at 6’2″ and 180 lbs.

ESPN: 3-star, 78 grade, #58 CB
On3: 3-star, 89 grade, #40 CB
Rivals: 4-star. 5.8 grade, #38 CB
247 Sports: 3-star, 89 grade, #44 CB

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16Nov 2022
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Visitors: Michigan vs. Illinois

Kankakee (IL) Kankakee cornerback Jyaire Hill (image via 247 Sports)


Cameron Calhoun – CB – Cincinnati (OH) Winton Woods: Calhoun, a recent Cincinnati decommit, is a 6’0″, 170-pounder with offers from Kentucky, Michigan, and West Virginia. He’s a 3-star, the #48 cornerback, and #483 overall. Calhoun – who was also committed to WVU at one point – decommitted during an official visit to Kentucky last weekend, so that’s the most likely landing spot going into this official visit.

Arion Carter – LB – Smyrna (TN) Smyrna: Carter is a 6’1″, 210 lb. prospect with offers from Alabama, Memphis, Michigan, Ohio State, and Tennessee; he has been committed to Memphis since July. Carter is a 4-star, the #24 linebacker, and #317 overall. Carter has backed out of a couple other official visit dates to Michigan, so my confidence is not very high that he strongly considers the Wolverines, and many people think he will end up at Alabama.

Amir Herring – OG – West Bloomfield (MI) West Bloomfield: Herring is committed to Michigan (LINK).

Jyaire Hill – CB – Kankakee (IL) Kankakee: Hill is a 6’1″, 170-pounder with offers from a bunch of schools, but Illinois and Michigan are the two primary ones on which to focus. He’s a 4-star, the #26 cornerback, and #203 overall. He took officials to Illinois and Michigan over the summer and seems to be going back and forth between the two schools, with Michigan having the lone 247 Sports crystal ball.

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