Michigan has shored up its defensive line depth with the addition of Mike Danna, a graduate transfer from Central Michigan who played his high school ball at Warren De La Salle, who is eligible to play immediately for the Wolverines.
He was an All-Mid-American Conference first-team defensive player last season after recording 66 tackles, including 15 for loss, and 9.5 sacks.
For the Wolverines, Danna adds experience to a position group that last two of its veteran defensive ends, Chase Winovich and Rashan Gary, who are heading to the NFL Combine next week. Gary had a year of eligibility remaining at Michigan.
Danna will join a group that includes Kwity Paye and Josh Uche, along with Aidan Hutchinson, who drew playing time last season as a freshman.
Danna made The Detroit News Dream Team as a senior at De La Salle and was No. 15 on The News' Blue Chip list for the 2015 recruiting class.