Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh is reportedly promoting Sherrone Moore to be his next co-offensive coordinator.

That’s per 247Sports’ Sam Webb, who adds that Moore will also coach the offensive line following the departure of Ed Warinner.

Moore, 34, has been on Michigan’s coaching staff since 2018. He was in charge of Michigan’s tight ends for the first three years of that tenure. He’s also coached tight ends at Louisville and Central Michigan.

Although he’s never coached offensive line, Moore was a starter at guard for the Oklahoma Sooners from 2006-07. He played in 14 games for OU and helped lead the team to a 22-6 record and a pair of Big 12 Championships over that span.

Moore also played at Butler Community College, one of the region’s best junior college football programs.

According to the 247Sports report above, Moore was a candidate to join Oklahoma’s staff this offseason. The Sooners had an opening at TE coach after Shane Beamer left to take the head job at South Carolina. However, OU ended up hiring another former player — Joe Jon Finley — instead.

Offensive coordinator Josh Gattis is expected to remain on staff and be Michigan’s primary offensive playcaller.