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Report: Michigan DB Terry Richardson to pursue graduate transfer


The Michigan Wolverines are hoping to be one of the biggest competitors in the country in 2016 and they return a lot of their team to do just that. They will be losing a small bit of depth for the 2016 season as one player just announced he will be transferring out of school.

Terry Richardson is a two-year letter defensive back for the Wolverines and he announced that he was given a release from the program.

According to Scout.com’s Bill Greene, Richardson will be transferring for his final year of eligibility.

Richardson only saw action in one game in 2015, but majority of his playing time came in 2014, where he made eight appearances for the Wolverines. He will certainly be a big piece for whatever team lands him being that he was a four-star recruit in 2012 out of elite Michigan high school, Cass Technical in Detroit.

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