Josh Gattis is moving on from Michigan, according to a report from Bruce Feldman of The Athletic and FOX Sports.

Feldman noted that the 38-year-old Gattis, who helped the Wolverines to the Big Ten title in 2021, won the Broyles Award as the nation’s top assistant coach and is a big addition for the Hurricanes.

Gattis is the second coordinator to leave the Wolverines after former defensive coordinator Mike Macdonald left to return to the Baltimore Ravens one season after he left the Ravens for Michigan.

Mario Cristobal, who was hired by Miami more than 2 months ago, filled both coordinator positions in recent days as he poached Kevin Steele, the former Auburn and Tennessee assistant from Maryland, where he also recently took the DC job.

Gattis arrived with high expectations after a successful career at Alabama, and he previously built a strong reputation for developing receivers in his time at Penn State (2014-17) and Alabama (2018).

Michigan ranked No. 24 in the country in total offense this past season after Michigan averaged 30.6 points and 395.3 yards per game during his first 2 seasons directing the offense.

It’s a return to the ACC for Gattis who played at Wake Forest, and was an All-ACC safety in 2005 and 2006. He was a fifth-round pick of the 2007 NFL Draft by the Jacksonville Jaguars. He spent part of the 2007 season with Jacksonville before moving on to play for the Chicago Bears during the 2007 and 2008 seasons.