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Devin Asiasi is a rising sophomore for Michigan and was rarely seen during the 2016 campaign. While he appeared in all 13 games, he only caught two balls for 18 yards and a touchdown. Wolverine247 has learned that he will transfer to a school closer to his home on the West Coast.

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He was mostly used as a blocking tight end and pulled weight in the trenches with the linemen. 247’s sources have not indicated the reasoning behind Asiasi’s decision to transfer, just that he was looking to return to the West Coast.

[h/t 247Sports]

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