Logan Tuley-Tillman has had one crazy ride in the world of college football and it looks like the journey is finally going to end with him the MAC. The former Michigan lineman and Washington State commit will now be taking his talents to Akron.
Last September, Tuley-Tillman was dismissed from Michigan due to a bevy of legal action, which was later revealed to be three felony charges for filming a sexual act with a woman without her knowledge. The charges have since been dropped and it looks like he is ready to start his career over.
On Wednesday, he announced on Twitter that he would be transferring to Akron after it looked he was going to be joining Mike Leach’s club in Pullman. He committed to the Cougars in January.
Before being dismissed by the Wolverines, he was listed as the team’s No. 2 left tackle and played in the 2015 season opener. He will certainly be a big piece for Terry Bowden’s Zips team.
Logan Tuley-Tillman was a four-star member of Michigan’s 2013 recruiting class. Because he graduated from Michigan last month, he will be eligible to play immediately at Akron and will have two years of eligibility left.