Michigan has hired Devin Bush Jr., most recently head coach at Flanagan High in Florida as a defensive analyst, according to a sourced report by 247Sports on Thursday.
Last week the Miami Herald reported that Bush, whose son, Devin Bush Jr., is an early enrollee linebacker, was expected to join Jim Harbaugh's staff at Michigan.
Bush led Flanagan to a state title last season and three of his players, including his son, signed to play for the Wolverines. Safeties Josh Metellus and Devin Gil are the other Flanagan players.
After playing safety at Florida State, Bush played in the NFL from 1995 to 2002.
Michigan currently has three job openings posted for football — equipment manager, football operations and analytics coordinator, and today, the position of director of player personnel was posted.
Harbaugh, according to a report Wednesday in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, has lost safeties coach Greg Jackson to the Dallas Cowboys.