According to reports, Michigan defensive back Benjamin St-Juste has received a medical hardship waiver, ending his career with the Wolverines.
— Steve Lorenz (@TremendousUM) March 22, 2019
From The Michigan Insider:
St-Juste played in 12 games as a true freshman, seeing time on both special teams and in the defensive backfield, where he was once looked at as a future contributor. A former Top100 recruit according to 247Sports, St-Juste was a prospect Michigan discovered during their summer camp circuit back in 2016. He was unknown as a recruit and Michigan cornerbacks coach Mike Zordich was especially excited to bring him into the fold, as he told MGoBlue.com upon his signing.
“Ben is a kid we are excited to have. He’s a big kid who can go up there and get the ball, and he can be aggressive playing press-man coverage. He has good feet for a guy his size, and he can turn and run with receivers,” Zordich said. “Ben is a great kid from a good family, and I am looking forward to working with him, as is the rest of our staff. He is extremely long, very talented, has great hips, great movement, and we are excited to have him at Michigan.”