One of Michigan’s seniors will use his fifth year of eligibility elsewhere.
Wyatt Shallman, who appeared in six games for the Wolverines in 2016, announced Thursday that he will seek a graduate transfer. Shallman thanked the Michigan program and community in his announcement on Twitter, writing “these last 3 years have allowed me to grow as a man, and, more importantly, become a Michigan Man.”
Thank you to The University of Michigan pic.twitter.com/gLyYESgZ2y
— Wyatt Shallman (@WyattShallman) January 19, 2017
Shallman, a Hartland, Mich. native, will be immediately eligible wherever he transfers.
Mostly on special teams, Shallman appeared in 11 games during his Michigan career. He started out as a running back and was moved to linebacker before the 2016 season. Shallman had four career carries for 14 yards.