Central Michigan Life - Michigan's central defense end Mike Danna moves to Michigan

Michigan's central defense end, Mike Danna, was in NCAA's transfer portal for less than a month before deciding to transfer to the University of Michigan.

Danna gave an official visit to Michigan from February 1-3 and chose a tender in the process. Just 16 days later, it he announced his decision to join the Wolverines.

"I felt that Michigan is the most beneficial moment for me for the last year of eligibility and academic," said Danna. "I moved Michigan because it's an excellent platform for me to show my talents and abilities."

Given that Danna wants to do graduate at the end of the semester, he will be entitled to investigate the coach Jim Harbaugh in 2019 as a graduate transfer immediately.

"The coaches and all the players were when I came to visit, and I can not wait to work in Ann Arbor," said Danna.

The 6-foot defense line, 2-pound, 257 pounds 65 tackled 14 people, and has 14 losses, 8.5 sacks, four casualties, four fuck recovery and two touchdowns for Chippewas in 2018. He was a member of All-Protection of American Conference Team.

"I am very grateful to the CMU community," said Danna. "This was a blessing and honor. I will not forget the memories and relationships that I have made."

The primary recruiter of Danna from Michigan was the firm Sherrone Moore, who worked similarly to the CMU in 2017 under John Bonamego.

Among those who move from Michigan to CMU with a past history include Shane Morris's quarterback, Deron Irving-Bey's defense end, tackling Ja Ja's Raymond Hall and kicker Ryan Tice. In addition, Jim McElwain put the whole committee of former Michigan receivers as his new coach.

From the transfer of Irving-Bey, he was dismissed from the university.

Running back, Tru Wilson, an old Danna team at Warren De La Salle, currently plays in Michigan.

Dannann Danna with Kwity Paye, Aidan Hutchinson, Luiji Vilain, Julius Welschof, David Ojabo, Ron Johnson, Gabe Newburg and Reuben Jones at Michigan's end of defense. It is hoped that Paye, junior, will inform the group.

After the 2018 season, Michigan lost its best two defenses – Rashan Gary and Chase Winovich. Gary, in nine games, took up 38 faces, and 6.5 losing a shot and 3.5 sac. Winovich, participated in the 13 full games, logged 59, 15.5 coincided with a loss, five sacks, one leg protection and one fumble rehabilitation.

In the NFL draft drama Mel Kiper Jr. 2019, Gary is going No. 4 totally for the Oakland Raiders. He won Winovich as a second round option.

"Expecting coach Jon Gruden and new [general manager] Mike Mayock could focus on one of the three chosen in the first round, "Kiper said." Gary has a crisis (6-6, 283) to enter and tackle it, but he has a ceiling in the end. When it's locked, the game can be bigger. "

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