Iowa Hawkeyes football steals Michigan Wolverine, Erick All
Iowa City, Iowa - Former Michigan tight end and co-captain Erick All is transferring to Iowa Hawkeyes football, following his former Wolverine quarterbacks Cade McNamara, who recently joined the Hawkeyes football team, too.
The junior's announcement comes after a tweet he shared last Monday led fans to speculate he may have had a rocky relationship with his former team.
In the tweet, All wrote: "Not everything/everyone are what they seem and I learned that from my time here at Michigan."
While It's unclear what he was referencing, the tight end experienced a back injury this season and elected to have surgery outside of Michigan's medical network, which fans noted in the replies to his somewhat cryptic message.
Turning the page on the past, All will look to become a huge asset to the Iowa offense that has historically ranked as one of the worst amongst FBS teams.
Last season, the three-year Michigan letterman appeared in 13 games with eight starts and earned an All-Big Ten honorable mention.
One of his most notable highlights included a 47-yard touchdown reception against Penn State, which ultimately won the game for the Wolverines and propelled Michigan to a Big Ten championship game berth and the 2021 College Football Playoff.
All is expected to have at least two years of NCAA eligibility remaining with the Iowa Hawkeyes.
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