Ex-Wolverine Update: Transfers, Summer 2019

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25Jun 2019
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Ex-Wolverine Update: Transfers, Summer 2019

Oliver Martin (image via SI)

In keeping track of players who used to play for Michigan, here’s what I think is a comprehensive rundown of former Wolverines who still have eligibility remaining and have been pursuing college football careers. There may be former walk-ons who have transferred elsewhere, but I track mainly scholarship players.


Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole is expected to start at nickel back for the Bulldogs.

Kekoa Crawford, WR (Cal): Crawford is in the two-deep for Cal, where he is expected to play mostly their Z receiver position.

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7Mar 2019
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Poll results: Which 2016 prospect will have the best career at running back for Michigan?

I was going through drafts of old posts, and I happened to come across this post from 2016. It answers (answered?) the question of which 2016 recruit would have the best career at running back for Michigan.

Here are the results:

Kareem Walker (530 votes): Walker redshirted in 2016 and then got 20 carries for 68 yards (3.4 YPC) and 1 touchdown in 2017. By 2018 he was playing at a junior college, and now he’s headed to Mississippi State.

Kingston Davis (305 votes): Davis did not redshirt, and carried the ball 2 times for 17 yards (8.5 YPC) against Hawaii in 2016. Unfortunately, he never ran the ball again, transferred to Independence Community College, and then played a few games at UAB before he was dismissed for allegedly doing illegal things.

Khaleke Hudson (175 votes): Hudson has totaled 135 tackles, 22.5 tackles for loss, 10 sacks, 2 interceptions, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, and 11 pass breakups playing the Viper position, a hybrid safety/linebacker. He has not taken a snap on the offensive side of the ball even though he was a very productive running back in high school.

Chris Evans (95 votes): The fourth place finisher in the poll finishes as the obviously correct choice to the question. Evans has 304 carries for 1,722 yards (5.7 YPC) and 14 touchdowns in three seasons, along with having 40 catches for 392 yards (9.8 yards/catch) and 2 touchdowns.

2Jan 2019
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Ex-Wolverine Player Updates: Post-2018 Recap

Keith Washington (#28, image via Zimbio)

At this point in Michigan’s program, along with the college football landscape, there are too many players to include in one post. There are at least 53 players who have either transferred or decommitted from Michigan in the last five full classes (2014-2018), plus the incomplete 2019 class. So I’m temporarily breaking up this concept into three separate posts, one for transfers, one for former commits, and one for coaches. It’s a lot easier to manage during the season when people are injured, redshirting, etc.


Devin Asiasi, TE (UCLA): Asiasi was second on the depth chart at tight end behind Caleb Wilson, who was the team’s leading receiver. Asiasi himself made 6 catches for 130 yards (21.7 YPC) and 1 touchdown. UCLA went 3-9 and missed out on bowl eligibility.

Ian Bunting, TE (Cal): Bunting was Cal’s leading tight end, finishing with 18 catches for 195 yards (10.8 YPC) and 0 touchdowns. Cal went 7-6.

Freddy Canteen, WR (Tulane): Canteen – who had injuries at Michigan, transferred to Notre Dame, had more injuries at Notre Dame, and then transferred to Tulane – missed the 2018 season with yet another shoulder injury. His spate of injuries may allow him to apply for a sixth year of eligibility in 2019 if he wants to continue playing.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole played in the first five games of the season for Mississippi State until a shoulder injury sidelined him for the remainder of the year. During those five games, he made 11 tackles, 3 tackles for loss, 1 sack, 1 interception, and 10 kickoff returns for 225 yards (22.5 yards/return). Mississippi State went 8-4.

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1Oct 2018
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 5

Drake Harris (#6, image via Wolverines Wire)

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Ian Bunting, TE (California): Bunting made 1 catch for 45 yards in a 42-24 loss to Oregon.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole made 6 tackles and 3 kickoff returns for 45 yards in a 13-6 loss to Florida.

Kingston Davis, RB (UAB): Davis was suspended indefinitely for a student conduct issue (LINK).

Drake Harris, WR (Western Michigan): Harris made 6 catches for 60 yards and scored his first career touchdown in a 40-39 win over Miami-OH.


Wilton Speight, QB (UCLA): Speight once again did not play in UCLA’s game, a 38-16 loss to Colorado. He has not played since a week one back injury, and the Bruins are 0-4.

Keith Washington, CB (West Virginia): Washington made 7 tackles, 3 pass breakups, and 1 interception return for a 51-yard touchdown. The INT return basically sealed the game for the Mountaineers.


Maurice Ways, WR (California): Ways made 2 catches for 18 yards in a 42-24 loss to Oregon.

Tyrone Wheatley, Jr., TE (Stony Brook): Wheatley made 1 catch for 4 yards in a 29-27 win over Villanova.

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18Sep 2018
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Ex-Wolverine Updates: Week 3

Jeremiah Holloman (image via Zimbio)


Ian Bunting, TE (California): Bunting made 4 catches for 48 yards and 1 kickoff return for 5 yards in a 45-23 win over Idaho.

Brian Cole, S (Mississippi State): Cole made 1 tackle and 2 kickoff returns for 46 yards in a 56-10 win over Louisiana-Lafayette.

Kingston Davis, RB (UAB): Davis had 10 carries for 27 yards in a 31-24 win over Tulane.

Drake Harris, WR (Western Michigan): Harris had 7 catches for 57 yards in a 68-0 win over Delaware State.

Alex Malzone, QB (Miami-OH): Malzone was 0/3 passing in is first action for Miami-OH during a 26-3 loss to Minnesota.

Maurice Ways, WR (California): Ways made 3 catches for 22 yards in a 45-23 win over Idaho.

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