The transfers keep coming for the Michigan football program.
According to Evan Petzold of Central Michigan Life, Michigan defensive end Deron Irving-Bey has transferred to CMU. John Bonamego, CMU’s head coach, confirmed the news on his Twitter account.
Due to NCAA transfer rules, Irving-Bey will have to sit out the entire 2018 season, as will former Wolverine and current Chippewa offensive lineman Ja’Raymond Hall.
The Flint native redshirted last season behind a deep Michigan defensive line. Transferring is probably for the best for him, as it appears he already was lapped by incoming freshman Aidan Hutchinson and others from his class like Kwity Paye and Luiji Vilain.
Running back Kareem Walker, wide receiver Eddie McDoom, wide receiver Kekoa Crawford, tight end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. and quarterback Wilton Speight have also transferred this offseason.