Dismissed Michigan OT permitted to leave state for official visits

Former Michigan Wolverines offensive lineman Logan Tuley-Tillman is looking to resume his collegiate career and now a court decision has made it easier for him to look at more offers.

Thanks to receiving an okay from the court, Tuley-Tillman will be permitted to leave the state for official visits.

Of course, Tuley-Tillman will be forced to wear a GPS tracker on those visits.

Tuley-Tillman was dismissed from the Wolverines for “conduct unacceptable for a Michigan student-athlete” after being charged with three felonies from an incident in September. Tuley-Tillman was accused of filming a sexual act with a woman without her knowledge or consent.

Now that he is free to leave the state for visits, Tuley-Tillman is scheduled to meet with Louisville, Miami and Washington State in January.

If he is cleared by the legal system, Tuley-Tillman will be eligible to play immediately.

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