Michigan football 2022 offseason: Wolverines' player, coach move tracker

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The college football offseason has become a flurry of activity with players, coaches and even recruits pursuing new opportunities and navigating their careers in a different place than where they started.

To help keep track of all the Michigan football moves, here's a running list of roster and coaching staff moves ahead of the 2022 season:

Michigan players who declared for NFL draft

OLB Aidan Hutchinson: The Heisman Trophy finalist will likely become a top-five pick in the NFL draft after a record-setting senior season at Michigan.

OLB David Ojabo: The Wolverines lost their second-best pass rusher when Ojabo, a junior, declared for the NFL draft. He is projected as a first- or second-round pick.

WR Daylen Baldwin: The transfer from Morgan State and Jackson State caught 17 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns during his lone season in Ann Arbor.

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Entering the portal

DB George Johnson: A former three-star recruit from Florida, Johnson played 18 snaps from scrimmage this season at cornerback.

DB Andre Seldon: The Belleville native played one snap at free safety against Northern Illinois after appearing in one game last season.

DB Darion Green-Warren: The former four-star recruit from California was once the No. 14 cornerback prospect in the country. He played seven snaps on special teams against Georgia.

LB Anthony Solomon: A former four-star recruit from football powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Solomon was recruited to play the viper position under former defensive coordinator Don Brown. He played five snaps from scrimmage against Western Michigan.

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Coaching changes

DL coach Shaun Nua: One of the more gregarious personalities on staff, Nua reportedly accepted a position to coach the defensive line at Southern California.

Early enrollees

The majority of Michigan's 2022 recruiting class decided to enroll early in Ann Arbor to participate in spring football. Here's a look at who is already on campus and working with the Wolverines:

Four-star WR Darrius Clemons from Portland, Oregon

Three-star QB Jayden Denegal from Apple Valley, California

Four-star DL Mason Graham from Anaheim, California

Five-star DB Will Johnson from Grosse Pointe South, Michigan

Three-star OL Connor Jones from Monument, Colorado

Four-star DB Kody Jones from Germantown, Tennessee

Four-star TE Colston Loveland from Gooding, Idaho

Four-star EDGE Derrick Moore from Baltimore, Maryland

Four-star WR Tyler Morris from La Grange Park, Illinois

Transfer OL Olu Oluwatimi from Upper Marlboro, Md.

Three-star QB Alex Orji from Sachse, Texas

Three-star DB Myles Pollard from Brentwood, Tennessee

Four-star DB Keon Sabb from Bradenton, Florida

Three-star WR Amorion Walker from Ponchatoula, Louisiana

This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Michigan football offseason player, coach move tracker