Michigan is gearing up for a second straight College Football Playoff appearance but that has not stopped Jim Harbaugh’s program from being active in the transfer portal in December.

On Saturday, the Wolverines landed a transfer from Myles Hinton, a veteran offensive tackle from Stanford. List at 6-foot-7 and 320 lbs., Hinton was a member of the 2020 recruiting class and has played three seasons at tackle for the Cardinal.

He revealed his commitment to Harbaugh’s program via Instagram:


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Hinton is the brother of former Michigan DL Christopher Hinton who had 32 tackles, a TFL and a sack for the Wolverines in 2021. Hinton’s transfer commitment comes on the same day that the program was honored with the Joe Moore Award for a second straight season as the nation’s best offensive line.

Hinton becomes the third player committed to the Wolverines via the transfer portal. Michigan has already landed former Arizona State OL LaDarius Henderson and former Nebraska LB Ernest Hausmann.