In what has been a sour weekend for Michigan so far, they did get some good news on Sunday morning. TE Erick All is staying for his senior season with the Wolverines.

All this season for the Wolverines was the leading receiver for the Wolverines. He had 38 receptions for 437 yards on 11.5 yards per reception and 2 touchdowns.

No. 2 Michigan made its first CFP Semifinal appearance ever and got smacked by No. 3 Georgia 34-11 in the Capital One Orange Bowl. It was still an excellent season for the Wolverines as they started the season unranked and ended up B1G Champions and one of the 4 best teams in the country.

Michigan also beat bitter rival No. 6 Ohio State for the first time in 8 years, and its only loss came against No. 10 Michigan State.

It will be interesting to see if All’s draft stock can rise in his senior year like his teammate Aidan Hutchinson, who would have been a late first-round pick last season and is now projected to be the No. 1 overall pick in this year’s upcoming NFL Draft.