Calvin Anderson is the most coveted graduate transfer on the market, and he’s finally ready to make a decision on where he’ll spend his final season of college football. He’ll decide between Michigan, Texas, Oklahoma and Auburn on Saturday.
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— Calvin Anderson (@THE_CONDA25) March 8, 2018
Anderson would fill a need at Michigan, as the Wolverines are looking for a new left tackle. The former Rice lineman stands at 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, having grown significantly from the 235-pound frame he brought to the school as a recruit in the Class of 2014.
Anderson previously gave himself a deadline of his birthday, March 25. But now Michigan fans won’t have to wait through March Madness to find out whether or not Anderson will end up in Ann Arbor.
The sought-after grad transfer previously mentioned Tim Drevno as a plus for Michigan.
“A big plus for me with Michigan is [Drevno] has coached in the NFL before,” Anderson told Sports Illustrated’s Bruce Feldman last month. “Sitting down talking Xs and Os with him, he just understands the process and how that transition works. He knows the guys who are in the draft room and what they’re looking for. That’s a big deal.”
The only thing? Drevno’s since left the program. He’s now at USC. Now all Michigan and any other school can do is wait and see where Anderson ends up.