Michigan linebacker Wyatt Shallman will play for Ohio in the 2017 season as a graduate transfer. With a fifth year of eligibility left, Shallman announced in January that he would be leaving the Wolverines.
Beyond excited to announce that I will be attending grad school and playing football for Ohio University! @OhioFootball #Bobcats pic.twitter.com/dEcOGqmz2J— Wyatt Shallman (@WyattShallman) February 8, 2017
Once Shallman finishes his undergraduate degree, he will be able to play for Ohio.
Due to many injuries, Shallman only managed to play in 16 games for the Maize and Blue. He ran the ball just four times for 14 yards.
The 6-foot-3, 235-pound athlete was recruited by Brady Hoke as a running back and fullback, but Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh turned him into a linebacker.