Former Michigan Wolverines cornerback Benjamin St-Juste committed to Minnesota on Tuesday night as a grad transfer.
St-Juste played in 12 games in the 2017 season, mostly on special teams. He played one game in the secondary during a 35-14 victory over Rutgers, recording three tackles in his career in Ann Arbor.
However, he sat out the 2018 season with an undisclosed injury, but he completed his degree in just two years at Michigan. The Wolverines redshirted him to keep his year of eligibility in the process.
I can confirm the #Gophers have received a commitment from Michigan graduate transfer cornerback @Benj_Juice following his Minnesota visit.— Ryan Burns (@RyanBurnsMN) May 22, 2019
St-Juste will have 3 years of immediate eligibility, and was a top-100 overall recruit on @247Sports out of HS. https://t.co/PpEhAtQZTT pic.twitter.com/LocoprVFDL
As a graduate of Michigan, St-Juste received grad transfer rights from the NCAA and will have immediate eligibility in 2019 at Minnesota. He will have three years of eligibility remaining.
St-Juste was a former 3-star player in the infamous class of 2017 that has lost one-third of their commits in just two years.