Blake Countess led Michigan with six interceptions last season. (David Guralnick / Detroit News)
Ann Arbor -- Michigan starting cornerback Blake Countess, who missed the 2012 season while recovering from knee surgery, has undergone a minor surgical procedure to repair a core injury. But Countess is expected to make a full recovery and will be ready for preseason camp, according a team spokesman. The injury was suffered last season.
Countess was among the players participating in the Michigan Women's Football Academy on Saturday, working the defensive back drill.
Also, Michigan coach Brady Hoke said he could not comment on running back Ty Isaac -- who revealed on Twitter last week that he is transferring to the Wolverines -- because the transfer paperwork has not yet been completed.