While Michigan football fans are obviously most excited about those who transfer into Ann Arbor to play for the Wolverines,
generally, they root for those who wore the winged helmet but departed for greener pastures.
Some players departed because of playing time, others to be closer to home, while others leave for reasons undisclosed.
Of course, things worked out pretty well for the maize and blue in 2022, with a second-consecutive Big Ten Championship,
and College Football Playoff berth. But what about those who ended up at other schools? How productive were they at their new school of choice?
Here is how each former Wolverine fared in 2022. S Sammy Faustin - UMass Faustin appeared in 11 games and had 3 tackles.
S Jordan Morant - Mississippi State Morant appeared in 13 games and had 11 tackles.
OL Jack Stewart - UConn Stewart registered 56 snaps for UConn in 2022: 15 on offense and 41 on special teams.
WR George Johnson III - UMass Johnson appeared in 12 games and had 28 receptions for 402 yards and a touchdown, 7 rushes for 4 yards,
CB Andre Seldon - New Mexico State Seldon appeared in 12 games and had 44 tackles, four passes broken up, an interception returned 19 yards for a touchdown and 1.5 tackles for loss.