clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Michigan DL Tom Strobel Transfers to Ohio University

In the middle of all of the National Signing Day madness, it was revealed Michigan's Tom Strobel will transfer to a MAC school in his home state.

Bryan Fuller-MGoBlog

In the minutes before 2016 four-star tight end Devin Asiasi announced that he would become a Wolverine, some Michigan news hit Twitter that may have surprised fans awaiting Asiasi's decision. Ohio University announced that Michigan redshirt junior defensive lineman Tom Strobel has transferred to the Bobcats:

This might have come as a surprise because there had been no official announcement that Strobel intended to leave the Wolverines. However, there had been rumors that Strobel would make a graduate transfer and play his fifth year at another program.

Strobel was a four-star prospect from Mentor, Ohio, that committed to Michigan as a member of the 2012 class. After redshirting in his first season, he appeared in 17 career games, 11 of which were during last season, and made six career tackles as a Wolverine.

With Strobel's transfer, Michigan currently has 88 reported players on scholarship for the 2016 season after today's National Signing Day, according to The Wolverine's Michael Spath. Michigan will need to get that down to 85, so expect further attrition.