Will Jim Harbaugh Leave Michigan?

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With the epic loss against Georgia and Media chatter about if he’s really good… Jim Harbaugh is apparently flirting with the Las Vegas Raiders. But I believe it is merely a vail meant to confuse nonbelievers, Harbaugh will resign a better deal to stay at The University of Michigan.

Currently he is the 32nd highest paid coach in all of College Football and gave all of his bonuses back to the University of Michigan staff.

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Michigan football finished the 2021 season with three potential first-round picks on defense, and now all three of them have chosen to enter the NFL draft.

Junior defensive back Daxton Hill, a former five-star recruit, joined teammates Aidan Hutchinson and David Ojabo by voicing his intention to turn pro. He announced the decision on social media Thursday evening.

“I would like to thank God for placing me at the University of Michigan and for giving me an opportunity to represent myself and my family,” Hill wrote on Instagram. “My experience will be remembered forever because of how I was welcomed into the Michigan Family.   


The college football offseason has become a flurry of activity with players, coaches and even recruits pursuing new opportunities and navigating their careers in a different place than where they started. 

To help keep track of all the Michigan football moves, here’s a running list of roster and coaching staff moves ahead of the 2022 season: 


Michigan players who declared for NFL draft

OLB Aidan Hutchinson: The Heisman Trophy finalist will likely become a top-five pick in the NFL draft after a record-setting senior season at Michigan. 

OLB David Ojabo: The Wolverines lost their second-best pass rusher when Ojabo, a junior, declared for the NFL draft. He is projected as a first- or second-round pick. 

WR Daylen Baldwin: The transfer from Morgan State and Jackson State caught 17 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns in one year at Ann Arbor

DL Christopher Hinton: This was a fairly surprising decision given Hinton’s modest output this season. The starting defensive tackle finished with 32 tackles including just one tackle for loss and one sack. He was credited with 17 pressures on Pro Football Focus, which ranked tied for 111th among defensive linemen. With Hinton following Hutchinson and Ojabo into the draft, the only returning starter on Michigan’s front four is nose tackle Mazi Smith.

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