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Report: Michigan reaches out to Clemson defensive back transfer Korrin Wiggins

Michigan is reportedly looking to bolster its defensive back position by inquiring about a Clemson transfer.

Michigan is reportedly looking to add some experience and depth to a young defensive back group.

According to National College Football Insider Ryan Bartow, the Wolverines have reached out to Clemson defensive back transfer Korrin Wiggins.


The Tigers announced that Wiggins would transfer and play his final year of eligibility elsewhere. He will graduate from Clemson this month.

The 6-foot, 200-pound defensive back played sparingly his true freshman season and was named the starting nickel corner in 2014. He missed the entire 2015 season due to a torn ACL preseason. Wiggins returned to the team in 2016 and made one start, registering 13 tackles. He finishes his career with Clemson with 67 tackles, four tackles for loss, four interceptions and seven pass breakups.

According to NCAA transfer rules, Wiggins would be eligible to play immediately as a graduate transfer.

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