According to The Michigan Insider's Sam Webb, yet another University of Michigan football player has decided to leave the program.
On Tuesday night, Webb reported that freshman offensive lineman JaRaymond Hall has been granted his release from Michigan and is planning to transfer.
From The Michigan Insider:
The Michigan Insider has learned that Michigan freshman offensive lineman JaRaymond Hall asked for and was granted his release today. The former Oak Park (Mich.) standout made his way to Ann Arbor as an early enrollee last January, but did not see any game action during the season. His next stop will be outside of the Big Ten. Two of the schools we’re told are on his list of possibilities are Iowa State and Arizona. After sitting out a year due to transfer, Hall will have three years of eligibility remaining.
— Sam Webb (@SamWebb77) November 29, 2017
Hall is the second player today and the third player overall to announce he is leaving Michigan for another program.
Michigan WR/DB Drake Harris announces he is transferring
Ever since Michigan‘s regular season ended, the big news has been about players transferring from the program. First, it was quarterback Wilton Speight who announced he would be spending his final year of eligibility at another college and now it is WR/DB Drake Harris who has decided to go the same route.
On Tuesday evening, Harris posted the following message to his Instagram account announcing he too would be spending his 5th year of eligibility elsewhere.
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