Erick All makes transfer decision with new commitment

His time in Ann Arbor ended abruptly for former Michigan football tight end Erick All.

He had a back injury he tried to work through.

After one game, he was unable to play and had season-ending surgery.

After the regular season, he surprised many by announcing he was entering the NCAA transfer portal.

Now we know where All is heading.

And it’s a team Michigan could see in the future.

All took to Twitter to announce he’s joining former Wolverines quarterback Cade McNamara in Iowa City; he has also pledged to the Hawkeyes.

All has two years of eligibility remaining, though he’s expected to be a high-round NFL draft pick once he declares.

Given Iowa’s penchant for tight end use, it makes total sense it would be his destination.

Iowa is not on next season’s schedule, but the Wolverines and Hawkeyes could meet in next year’s Big Ten Championship game.

He was also considering Notre Dame as a potential landing spot.


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