James Hudson transferring, school confirms

By Brandon Justice ,


Photo via Isaiah Hole/WolverinesWire.com

Michigan redshirt freshman offensive tackle James Hudson is transferring from the program, University spokesperson Dave Ablauf confirmed.

The news was first reported by TheWolverine.com’s Chris Balas.

Hudson was thought to be a pivotal pawn for the future of Michigan’s ascending offensive line under o-line coach Ed Warinner.

Following Michigan’s Week 2 win over Western Michigan, U-M head coach Jim Harbaugh pointed out Hudson’s practice efforts.

U-M has six scholarship tackles scheduled to return next season and four in its 2019 recruiting class.

This is the second Michigan scholarship player to transfer within a week — redshirt freshman linebacker Drew Singleton transferred following the Wisconsin game.

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