DB Hunter Reynolds, LB William Mohan latest Wolverines to enter transfer portal
Two Michigan players are departing and have entered their names in the NCAA transfer portal.
Defensive back Hunter Reynolds, a graduate transfer who will be immediately eligible this fall, was the first in the portal Monday. Later in the day, sophomore linebacker William Mohan was also listed. Michigan has had three players in the past week indicate they're moving on. Last week, receiver Giles Jackson revealed his decision to transfer.
Michigan has had nine players enter the portal since the start of the year, including quarterback Joe Milton, who started five games last season, and running back Zach Charbonnet, who in 2019 set Michigan’s freshman rushing record with 11 touchdowns.
The 6-foot, 192-pound Reynolds played in 20 games while at Michigan. Last season he had 22 tackles, including two for loss.
Last summer, he helped form College Athlete Unity on social media to give student-athletes across the country a platform for peaceful protest. He also has been part of the Big Ten’s Anti-Hate and Anti-Racism Coalition.
Mohan, 6-1, 205, was recruited to play viper in the defense coached by former coordinator Don Brown, who was fired last December. First-year defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald said last month that there will not be viper equivalent in the defense he is installing.