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Michigan Team Captain Announces Transfer In Series Of Cryptic Tweets

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Michigan captain Erick All entered the transfer portal as a graduate transfer, he announced on Monday.

The senior tight spent all four years with the Wolverines. He caught a career-high 38 catches for 437 yards and two touchdowns in 2021. He played in three games this season before sustaining a season-ending back injury, which required "life-changing" surgery.

In a tweet, All said, "Wolverine nation. Love you guys but it’s time for me to move on. I know some of you are wondering why I would leave and the answer to that question is unexpected.

"Not everything/everyone are what they seem and I learned that from my time here at Michigan," All continued in his next tweet. "Sometimes you have to let go and do what’s best for you and your family. Love you guys. Go Blue."

247Sports said that Iowa — which just recruited former Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara as a graduate transfer — is the overwhelming favorite to land the 6-5, 255-pounder. All and McNamara teamed up for 437 yards on 38 touches in 2021.