Skip to content

Reserve receiver leaving Wolverines

Jerald Robinson AP

Along with coaches coming and going, this is also the time of the year when players begin merely going.

Michigan serves as the latest team to suffer some level of attrition, with the school confirming Friday that wide receiver Jerald Robinson has decided to leave the Wolverines football program.  No specific reason for the departure was given.

Robinson played in 19 games the past two seasons and caught five passes for 69 yards.  That limited production all came in 2012.

A three-star member of UM’s 2010 recruiting class, Robinson enrolled at UM early but still redshirted his true freshman season.

The destination for the Canton, OH, product is unknown at this time.

Permalink 2 Comments Feed for comments Latest Stories in: Big Ten Conference, Michigan Wolverines, Rumor Mill, Top Posts
2 Responses to “Reserve receiver leaving Wolverines”
  1. huskersrock1 says: Dec 15, 2012 1:10 AM

    “19 games the past two seasons and caught five passes for 69 yards”

    I am sure Brady Hoke is jumping for joy!

  2. westlaw1 says: Dec 15, 2012 8:17 AM

    The tradition of the B1G cutting players before signing day continues.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!