Players come and go from college football programs. More so now than ever.

Many have gotten critiqued for leaving a school they “signed up for.” And maybe, on Monday, this Wolverine will get critiqued:

Michigan safety J’Marick Woods has entered his name into the transfer portal, and according to the portal, is pursuing a graduate transfer. Woods, a junior, has appeared in 12 games over his three seasons in Ann Arbor, totaling 23 tackles. He returned one punt in 2018.

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Over the last year, Michigan has lost six defenders to transfer. This isn’t anything new. Not for Michigan and not for any other college football program.

This is the way of the sport’s world now. If a player believes they can have a better career elsewhere, all it takes is putting your name in a transfer portal and waiting for a team to bite. It’s easier now than ever before.