WR Pull Black said he moved from Michigan to Texas | Instant News


Former Michigan wide receiver Pull Black intend to transfer to Texas, he announced Tuesday night.

Black publishing an Instagram post with a picture of him in a Texas uniform and the caption, “I just turned the switch, flip flip #HookEm.”

He entered the NCAA transfer portal in December and was on track to graduate from Michigan in May. Black will qualify immediately in Texas as a graduate transfer. In Instagram messages announce his departure from Michigan in December, Black wrote that he would have two years of eligibility at the next school.

A ESPN 300 recruiting in the 2017 class, Black struggled with a leg injury during his first two seasons at Michigan, missing the last 10 matches of his first year and the first seven matches of the second season.

Black recorded 25 receptions for 323 yards and a goal last fall, the only full season for Wolverines. 6-foot-3, 215-pounder appeared in 20 games for Michigan, starting nine.

Texas lost two of its main recipients from 2019, Devin Duvernay and Collin Johnson, to the NFL.

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