Michigan Quarterback Brandon Peters Enters The Transfer Portal

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Michigan quarterback Brandon Peters is in the process of looking for a new team.

According to 247 Sports Saturday, Peters has entered the NCAA transfer portal and will have two years of eligibility remaining after he leaves Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines.

The pro-style quarterback was the sixth-ranked recruit at his position coming out of high school, and will almost certainly have a ton of interested schools.


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Welcome to the harsh reality of college football, especially at the highest levels. Peters came to Ann Arbor with all the hype in the world. (RELATED: Michigan Assistant Chris Patridge Rips Coaches Who Left For Ohio State)

He was supposed to be the quarterback of the future for the Wolverines. Shea Patterson showed up from Ole Miss and Dylan McCaffrey was recruited.

Peters went from being the man of the future to getting the hell out of dodge in order to see some reps. Things can change insanely fast in the world of Power Five football.

Given the fact he has multiple years of eligibility remaining and is talented, there’s a very high chance he lands at another Power five program.

I’d be shocked if he didn’t. With his departure, the stage is set for McCaffrey to take over once Shea Patterson graduates.

Welcome to the world of college football, gentlemen. One day, you’re the future of a program and the next you’re looking for a new team.

The excitement never slows down, and it’s one of the reasons the sport is so damn cool.