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Former four-star OT David Dawson isn’t done with his college football career after spending his last four years at the University of Michigan.

Dawson revealed via his personal Twitter account that he’s transferring once again, his latest being at Iowa State, to Morgan State, an FCS school, so he’ll be eligible to play immediately.

Dawson didn’t have the kind of career he may expected in Ann Arbor, MI., but he’ll have one last shot to turn his collegiate career around at Morgan State.

Via 247sports:

“Was just going to walk away from ball, but I couldn’t without knowing what could’ve happened,” Dawson told Wolverine247. “I know two coaches down there and a player I played at Cass Tech with, so the comfort level was there and as long as I do what I’m supposed to do, the exposure is there as well.

“Long story short, I prayed and God told me don’t stop.”

Hopefully this latest stop is the right one for the former Michigan Wolverine.

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