The Michigan coaching staff has apparently done some offseason shuffling with their roster.
Drake Harris, who enrolled at Michigan as a wide receiver, tweeted Monday night that he will make the transition to cornerback, a position where depth is needed.
Harris would be competing for playing time with talented early enrollees Tarik Black and Donovan Peoples-Jones, as well as other receivers that will be enrolling in the fall. The move allows him to compete for playing time in a position that needs depth and is filled with young players. Sophomores David Long and Levert Hill are the expected starters at the position.
The move to corner could also mean a change of number for Harris, whose Twitter account lists him as No. 12.
Harris, who has struggled with injuries during his player career at U-M causing him to see limited playing time, has two years of eligibility remaining.