Almost two years removed from starting at linebacker for Michigan, Joe Bolden is making a move.
The former Wolverine who started at LB in 2015 and worked on the team’s coaching staff last season announced Monday night that he has accepted a job on the Washington State coaching staff.
— Joe Bolden (@_JBolden35) March 21, 2017
Though it’s unclear what position Bolden will be taking, it’ll most likely be on defense since he was a linebacker.
Former U-M LB worked on Michigan staff last season https://t.co/xBS7kf6Fcj
— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) March 21, 2017
With the Wolverines, he made 28 starts at linebacker and appeared in 51 games, starting 23 games as a junior and senior. He made more than 200 tackles his senior year.
The Cincinnati native was part of a 2015 Michigan starting linebacker corps that included Des Morgan and James Ross. All three are now coaching.
All three of Michigan's 2015 starting LBs are in coaching now. Des Morgan is a GA at Maryland. James Ross is a high school DC in Detroit. https://t.co/zDNbl1MvxQ
— Dan Murphy (@DanMurphyESPN) March 21, 2017