Michigan will lose some depth in the defensive backfield, as a veteran DB has made plans to enter the transfer portal.

Matt Zenitz of 247Sports reported that Keon Sabb, who appeared in 18 games the last 2 seasons combined, is looking for a change of scenery. Last year alone, the Glassboro, N.J. native appeared in 14 games at defensive back with 5 starts at safety. He made 28 tackles including half a sack with 7 total pass breakups including 2 interceptions.

In the national championship game, Sabb broke up two passes with 6 total tackles against Washington.

As a freshman in 2022, Sabb appeared in 4 games.

Coming out of high school in IMG Academy, Sabb played 3 sports and was a 247Sports Composite 4-star recruit. He was the No. 94 overall player nationally, the No. 9 safety prospect in the country and the 14th-best player in Florida.

Sabb was originally was committed to play for the Clemson, but changed his mind when defensive coordinator Brent Venebals took the head coaching job at Oklahoma. Sabb then signed with the Wolverines on the opening day of the early signing period in December 2021.