Michigan officially announced the hiring of former Wolverines receiver Ron Bellamy on Monday evening.

Bellamy will coach receivers and replaces former offensive line coach Ed Warinner on staff.

Here’s the announcement:

“Ron is a high character individual as well as an outstanding coach and mentor,” coach Jim Harbaugh said in a statement. “He displays a lot of energy and enthusiasm for teaching and developing young men and has created lasting relationships with his players. We are excited to welcome Ron and his wife, Aamira, and their children into the Michigan Football family.”

Bellamy has spent the last 11 years as the coach of West Bloomfield High School. His team won the Division 1 state championship in Detroit earlier this month.

“I am excited about the opportunity to return to my alma mater as an assistant coach,” Bellamy said in the statement. “I look forward to working with Coach Harbaugh and this outstanding staff as we work each day to put the players in the best position to be successful on and off the field. Michigan means a great deal to me and my family, and we can’t wait to get to work helping the football program achieve its team goals. I’m coming home again. Go Blue!”

As part of the release, the program also confirmed that Sherrone Moore will be Michigan’s next offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator. Moore, who played guard at Oklahoma, spent the last three years as Michigan’s tight ends coach. Jay Harbaugh will now coach tight ends in addition to being the special teams coordinator.

Michigan’s offensive staff is now set for the 2021 season: