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The Michigan Wolverines are the nation’s top team, but if they want to keep that title in 2024, they’ll need to replace key contributors who are leaving for the NFL. Roman Wilson and Cornelius Johnson, Michigan’s top two wideouts, will both enter the NFL Draft in 2024.

This week’s SB Nation Reacts asked Michigan fans what positions the team should target in the transfer portal.

48 percent of fans would like to see Michigan target a receiver, 29 percent say they should target a cornerback, and 16 percent say quarterback.

  • Michigan has a couple of transfer receivers on its radar, including Indiana’s Donovan McCulley and Wake Forest’s Jahmal Banks. Michigan offered McCulley, and Banks will be visiting Michigan in January. McCulley, 6-foot-5, had 48 receptions for 644 yards and six touchdowns this season. Banks had 59 catches with 653 receiving yards and four touchdowns.
  • When it comes to cornerbacks, 247Sports considers Michigan and Alabama schools “worth keeping an eye on” with former USC CB Domani Jackson. The Wolverines have also contacted former UConn CB Mumu Bin-Wahad, per JPGCFB.
  • Michigan was in contact with former UCLA QB Dante Moore, but Moore has since committed to Oregon. Whether Michigan starting QB J.J. McCarthy returns for his senior season or enters the NFL Draft, Michigan will likely still add a portal quarterback — something that has become the norm during the Jim Harbaugh era.

Michigan fans were also asked if they think high school recruiting or the transfer portal is more important for the Wolverines.

Most fans, 67 percent, think high school recruiting and utilizing the portal are equally important while 24 percent think high school recruiting is the way to go. Just nine percent think the transfer portal is more important.

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