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Ross Taylor-Douglas to Move on From Michigan Football as Graduate Transfer

He will have two years of eligibility wherever he transfers.

Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Redshirt sophomore running back Ross Taylor-Douglas will be moving on from Michigan Football as a graduate transfer, according to Scout's Bill Greene and confirmed by Wolverine247's Steve Lorenz.

He was famous for having moved positions so many times early on in his career with the Wolverines. Originally recruited as a defensive back in the class of 2013, he then was moved to running back, then to wide receiver and then back to running back.

Taylor-Douglas had 10 carries for 18 yards in 2015 while not receiving many looks in a deep backfield that is getting even deeper heading into next season.

He was originally a Penn State commitment coming out of high school, but opened things back up following the Jerry Sandusky controversy and was the first Nittany Lion pledge to flip his recruitment following those developments with the program.

Taylor-Douglas will have two years of remaining eligibility wherever he chooses to sign.