Michigan Wolverines tight end and team captain Erick All has announced that he will transfer to the Iowa Hawkeyes. He joins his former teammate and former Michigan starting quarterback Cade McNamara on the Hawkeyes next season. All announced his intent to transfer with a cryptic tweet that implied he was unhappy with something within the Michigan Wolverines program. Iowa’s offense has been lackluster for a few seasons now, but with All and McNamara that could change next season. The Hawkeye’s program is well known for great tight end play and getting those guys to the NFL.
— Erick All Jr. (@eallindi83) December 14, 2022
In his career with the Michigan Wolverines, Erick All caught 54 passes for 565 yards and two touchdowns. His best season was 2021 when Cade McNamara was the starting quarterback and the team made their first appearance in the College Football Playoffs. The decision to transfer before the team’s College Football Playoff matchup was a shock. He will now head to the Iowa program with his teammate. The fellow Big Ten program is used to having stellar defense and special teams play. Adding some dynamic players to their offense could see them become an improved Big Ten program next season.