Despite midseason charges concerning a sign-stealing incident that nearly destroyed their season, the Michigan football team is on a roll. The Wolverines went undefeated during the regular season, defeated the Iowa Hawkeyes in the Big Ten Championship, and qualified for the College Football Playoff for the third straight year. However, some of their players are still considering leaving. Cameron Calhoun, a freshman cornerback, will join the transfer portal, according to Matt Zenitz of 247Sports.

Joey Velazquez, a linebacker, also entered the transfer portal on Thursday. In his four years with the Wolverines, Valazquez has seven tackles. Michigan also lost running backs Leon Franklin and CJ Stokes to transfers, but added offensive tackle Josh Priebe from Northwestern and linebacker Jaishawn Barham from Maryland.

CB Cameron Calhoun enters the transfer portal following a brief stint with Michigan Football.
According to 247Sports, Cameron Calhoun joined the Wolverines this season as a four-star prospect. Allen Trieu, a national recruiting analyst, praised the Winton Woods product. Calhoun’s stature and ability to force turnovers were praised by the scouting specialist. Trieu also predicted that the native of Ohio would become a Power Five starter.

BREAKING NEWS: Michigan 4-Star CB Enters Transfer Portal Ahead of Team's CFP Matchup Against Alabama Crimson Tide
BREAKING NEWS: Michigan 4-Star CB Enters Transfer Portal Ahead of Team’s CFP Matchup Against Alabama Crimson Tide

Calhoun will only be at Ann Arbor for one season. The Winton Woods career interceptions leader appeared in two games but did not record any statistics.

Linebacker Joey Velazquez also entered the transfer portal on Thursday. Valazquez has seven tackles in four years with the Wolverines. Transfers also cost Michigan running backs Leon Franklin and CJ Stokes, but the Wolverines got offensive tackle Josh Priebe from Northwestern and linebacker Jaishawn Barham from Maryland.

CB Following a brief stay with Michigan Football, Cameron Calhoun joins the transfer portal.
Cameron Calhoun, a four-star prospect, joined the Wolverines this season, according to 247Sports. National recruitment analyst Allen Trieu appreciated the Winton Woods product. The scouting specialist appreciated Calhoun’s stature and ability to force turnovers. Trieu also projected that the Ohio native will be a Power Five starter.

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