Michigan offensive lineman enters NCAA transfer portal

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He was expected to be the anchor of Michigan football offensive lines for years to come, and he was a centerpiece of the 2019 recruiting class, but it didn’t work out that way for Nolan Rumler.

Thought to be the center of the future when he arrived from Akron (OH) Archbishop Hoban, in three years thus far, Rumler has only seen the field for nine total snaps — three on special teams and six on offensive line in Week 1. But when Michigan trotted out backup lines in blowout situations, we saw players such as Greg Crippen, Reece Atteberry, Karsen Barnhart and others get their shot while Rumler sat on the sidelines.

According to multiple reports, Rumler is ending his Michigan career and entering the NCAA transfer portal.

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Rumler was a four-star recruit according to the 247Sports Composite, rated the No. 174 player in the country, 10th-best guard and No. 5 player in the state of Ohio.

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