Sherrone Moore, who coached tight ends and was recruiting coordinator at Central Michigan, reportedly has joined Michigan’s football staff, according to a sourced report by Central Michigan Life.

Moore already is listed in Michigan’s directory with an “Athletics” tag.

This is yet another coaching addition to Jim Harbaugh’s staff. He hired Dan Enos, the former Michigan State quarterback who most recently was Arkansas’ offensive coordinator and also was Central Michigan’s head coach for three seasons. Enos hired Moore to his CMU staff in 2014.

Al Washington was added to the staff from Cincinnati – he was at Boston College previously – and will coach linebackers and special teams, and Ben Herbert was hired to run the strength and conditioning. He also was at Arkansas.

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t is unclear what Moore will coach at Michigan; it is likely he will be on offense.

Moore was on Louisville’s staff for five seasons, including the final two as tight ends coach, before moving to Central Michigan. He was an offensive lineman at Oklahoma, where he played two seasons.