Former Michigan football LB transfers to prominent SEC school

Michigan’s second-lowest-rated signee in the 2022 recruiting class is on the move, and he’s heading to a feature institution in the SEC.

Madison (Ala.)-based linebacker Deuce Spurlock never quite gained momentum in his short college career, having been in Ann Arbor for just one year. He played just 12 snaps according to PFF — nine against Hawaii and three against UConn — all on defense, thus maintaining his redshirt. He announced he was entering the NCAA transfer portal last week, thus finishing his career as a Wolverine.

On Sunday, he found a new home, and it’s at a pretty big school.

At the time of his commitment, he was deciding between Michigan and Auburn, but he gained more offers upon entering the transfer portal. Among them is his new school, Florida, where he announced his commitment on Sunday.

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Spurlock did accumulate three tackles in his two game appearances for the maize and blue. He’ll have four full years of eligibility remaining with the Gators.


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Story originally appeared on Wolverines Wire