247Sports released its list of the top 25 transfers in the country for the 2023 recruiting class. Four players with B1G ties made the list.

Former Nebraska LB Ernest Hausmann, former Indiana edge rusher Dasan McCullough, former Arizona State OL LaDarius Henderson, and former Michigan TE Erick All were the players that either used to play in the B1G or transferred into the conference that were featured.

Hausmann played in all 12 games for the Huskers this season as a freshman with 54 total tackles, 1 sack, and 2 tackles for loss. He’ll be playing for the Wolverines next season as it stands.

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McCullough left the Hoosiers program for the Oklahoma. McCullough also showed strides as a freshman after compiling 49 total tackles, 4 sacks, and 6.5 tackles for loss.

Henderson comes to Ann Arbor after playing in six games for the Sun Devils in 2022. Michigan has had success in the past bringing on veteran offensive lineman via the transfer portal with Olusegun Oluwatimi transferring in from Virginia this past season.

Last but not least was All. All played in three games for Michigan this season before an undisclosed injury cut his year short. All will be joining former Michigan QB Cade McNamara in Iowa.

Here is the where each B1G transfer ranked in the top 25:

  • No. 1: LB Ernest Hausmann, Nebraska to Michigan
  • No. 10: Edge rusher Dasan McCullough, Indiana to Oklahoma
  • No. 11: OL LaDarius Henderson, Arizona State to Michigan
  • No. 16: TE Erick All, Michigan to Iowa

(H/T 247Sports)