Logan Tuley-Tillman To Make Unofficial Visit

Former University of Michigan lineman Logan Tuley-Tillman is expected to be in Stillwater this weekend making an unofficial visit to Oklahoma State.

Just clearing up reports that are flying around the internet about former Michigan offensive lineman Logan Tuley-Tillman. The former University of Michigan offensive lineman played one game in two seasons as a Wolverine before being kicked off the squad, and he is making an unofficial visit this weekend to Oklahoma State for the spring game.

The 6-7, 309-pound Tuley-Tillman was let go at Michigan following an arrest on a charge of video taping a consensual sexual encounter without the woman's consent. He was expected to transfer to Washington State this spring until he pleaded to the charge and accepted a two-year probation as a sentence in Washtenaur County Court in Michigan. 

Originally from Peoria, Ill, where he earned Under-Armour All-American honors at Manual High School, Tuley-Tillman is looking for a school that will give him an opportunity to continue school and playing football. He has also visited Illinois. He will graduate from Michigan making him eligible immediately with the graduate transfer rule.

The only official visitor this weekend for the OSU spring game is Barry J. Sanders. 

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