Former Michigan quarterback Dylan McCaffrey is transferring to Northern Colorado, the place he could have the possibility to play for his father, Ed McCaffrey.
Dylan had been an ESPN 300 recruit within the 2017 class however was by no means capable of win the beginning job at Michigan. He solely tried 15 passes in 2018 and suffered a damaged collarbone that shortened his season. He was a backup to Shea Patterson in 2019.
McCaffrey could not get his profession began at Michigan and opted out of the 2020 season earlier than it commenced.
The elder McCaffrey grew to become the pinnacle coach for the Bears in December 2019, however he has but to teach a recreation for Northern Colorado as a result of the Huge Sky moved its season to the spring because of COVID-19.
Northern Colorado not too long ago introduced it is not going to take part within the Huge Sky’s spring season and championship season however will as a substitute pursue a modified nonconference schedule in late spring.
Ed will add his son to the roster with two years of eligibility remaining; and since Dylan is a graduate switch, he’s eligible to play instantly.
Michigan nonetheless has quarterbacks Cade McNamara and Joe Milton on the roster, and the employees additionally added ESPN 300 quarterback J.J. McCarthy on this 2021 class. McCarthy enrolled early at Michigan and was the No. 25-ranked recruit total, in addition to the No. 2 dual-threat quarterback within the class.