Erick All makes surprising decision re: Michigan football

Michigan football tight end Erick All played in one game in 2022, the season opener,

hours after his son was born.

But a back injury precluded him from participating any further,

and he shut down his season to have back surgery.

All then had a decision to make: Enter the 2023 NFL draft or come back for another year.

While it appeared he was leaning toward the latter,

there’s a third option many didn’t consider:

What if he decides to suit up in 2023 but not for Michigan?

Either way, All’s career in Ann Arbor appears to be coming to a close,

as he said goodbye to Wolverines fans on Twitter on Monday.

Wolverine nation Love you guys but it’s time for me to move on. I know some of you are wondering why I would leave and the answer to that question is unexpected. 1/2 https://twitter.com/eallindi83/status/1599824596710014976?s=20&t=o93mH3BBArafXblYe4D_GQ

Not everything/everyone are what they seem and I learned that from my time here at Michigan. Sometimes you have to let go and do what’s best for you and your family. Love you guys. Go Blue https://twitter.com/eallindi83/status/1599824658362081280?s=20&t=lGKtPYxwF4ewNBh1XO7xEA

It appears All is taking the third option and will enter the NCAA transfer portal.

It’s unclear at the moment whether that is the case,

but there has been conjecture he will join former Michigan quarterback Cade McNamara in Iowa.

Stay tuned as this story develops.