3 transfers still in the mix for Michigan Football

Sherrone Moore is not done accepting transfers for team 145, but is still whiffing on on some of the bigger names out there.
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We knew after spring ball was completed that Michigan football would be busy in the portal and that is the case. The Wolverines stabilized the receiver position with a Penguin and a familiar name. Now they're turning their attention to other priorities. Without their leader in the defensive backfield, Rod Moore, Michigan football is focused intently on replacing him and patching some other holes. Here are three guys that are still on the board that the Wolverines are pursuing.

1. Cameron Broussard S Sacramento State

Pete Nakos of On3 is reporting that Broussard could be an option for the maize and blue if they miss out on other division one options like they have been recently. Broussard is an experienced defensive back who earned recognition for it in the Big Sky conference and also All-American status at the FCS level. Broussard has one year left.

He visited this past weekend, Nakos reported, but there was no mention of it on social media, at least not from many of the free sites. Sam Webb mentioned his name in a report lately as well. Broussard was also expected to visit Ohio State, Bill Kurelic mentioned that. If he is looking for NIL money he won't get it at Michigan, although he would add depth to an already elite secondary. We should hear more about him once there is clarity around this situation.

Broussard would be a nice chess piece in one of the nation's best returning rotations. Michigan is still trying to hard replace Rod Moore and Broussard would help with that.