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Jim Harbaugh Loses Another Michigan Star To Transfer

Jim Harbaugh Loses Another Michigan Star To Transfer

Jim Harbaugh Loses Another Michigan Star To Transfer

Jim Harbaugh lost another Michigan star to transfer this week.

Walk on running back Jordan Castleberry joined up with the Wolverines with the expectation of decent playing time.

That did not happen this past season, and now he is leaving.

On Thursday, Castleberry announced that he was transferring to Maryland.

ā€œProud to announce that I will be transferring to the University of Maryland to continue my Academic and Athletic Career. #GoTerps,ā€ he wrote on Twitter.

Standing at just under five-foot-eight and 185 pounds, Castleberry seems to have all the physical attributes necessary for success.

Now it is just a matter of getting the playing time to prove himself.

This past season the Terrapins went 3-9. It remains to be seen what impact Castleberry will ultimately have on their offense.

Related: LSU Loses Another Star To Baylor

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  1. I have never seen him on the field or even heard of him. Was he like a 6th RB in the depth chart? Why do you call this transfer “losing another star”? What’s the motivation behind that headline?

    1. Exactly!! Another Harbaugh hater.. Never heard of this kid.. Calling a walk on a star is definitely a stretch!! I don’t want to read this crap! If Nico Collins was leaving that’s different.. This kid is far from a star if he can’t break the practice squad!!

  2. Read the heading real good. He was a star in the state of Michigan as a high school player, something the writer did not detail. Bottom line is this, Michigan hs football does not compare to other states around the country. Recruiting there is not the answer to beating The Buckeyes.

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