Michigan football loses another tight end to the NCAA transfer portal

One loss is a surprise; the other is not.

The big surprise on Monday is that Erick All is leaving the program. He appears to have entered the NCAA transfer portal. But another tight end is departing Ann Arbor, as well.

Second-year tight end Louis Hansen, a former four-star from Massachusetts, has been little-used. He was not getting the playing time he expected when arriving in Ann Arbor. He was passed by walk-on Max Bredeson and freshman Colston Loveland on the depth chart, and when Jim Harbaugh has spoken about the depth at the position, Hansen was never mentioned.

On Monday, Hansen announced he is entering the NCAA transfer portal.

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As noted, Hansen will have three years of eligibility remaining.


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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire