On Monday, the Michigan Wolverines announced that two members of their team would be making their departure from their program. One of those two players was wide receiver Da’Mario Jones.
There were speculations that he was going to try obtain his degree to get a graduate transfer for the 2016 season. On Tuesday, he released a statement saying exactly that.
Jones hasn’t made much of an impact for the Wolverines in his three years with the team. He played in just five games in 2015 and caught one pass for two yards.
He joined the team as three-star recruit in 2013. There is no word on if offensive lineman, Blake Bars, whose departure was also confirmed on Monday, will obtain a graduate transfer.
Campus Sports would like to wish him the best in his future endeavors. Be sure to stay tuned to see where Jones plans to finish his collegiate career.
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