The two incoming transfers set to make biggest impact for Michigan football

Michigan football added to its already solid transfer portal haul for the 2023 seasons when the Wolverines snagged former UMass cornerback Josh Wallace.

The Wolverines filled the voids they had entering the 2023 offseason. Michigan brought in three dynamic offensive linemen to help the two-time Joe Moore Award-winning offensive line.

 The maize and blue brought in leadership at the quarterback, tight end positions, and a placekicker that has a chance to start.

But according to CBS Sports, Michigan brought in two transfers set to immediately impact the Big Ten.

Tom Fornelli believes former Coastal Carolina edge rusher Josaiah Stewart will be one of the biggest impact players in the conference this season.

Stewart, now a junior, was productive for Coastal Carolina, but if he can get back to his freshman form — the Wolverines have a dynamic edge defender.

 Two seasons ago, Stewart was an All-Sun Belt first-team player and recorded 12.5 sacks, which ranked fifth in the country.

Teams started to game plan against Stewart in his sophomore season and he recorded 3.5 sacks.

With the Wolverines losing their top two sack rushers from a season ago,

 Michigan needs someone such as Stewart, Braiden McGregor, Jaylen Harrell or Derrick Moore to step up.

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