Defensive lineman Chris Rock leaves Michigan football team, spokesman confirms
Redshirt freshman defensive lineman Chris Rock has left the Michigan football team, a program spokesman confirmed Thursday afternoon.
Rock was a 6-foot-5, 267-pound defensive end from Columbus, Ohio. He did not play last year, and was not expected to factor into the rotation next year.
Rock is the 13th player to leave the program early since the arrival of Brady Hoke, joining:
• Offensive lineman Tony Posada (out of football)
• Receiver Je'ron Stokes (Bowling Green)
• Tight end Christopher Barnett (unknown)
• Linebacker Kellen Jones (Oklahoma, then Clemson)
• Defensive back Greg Brown (Findlay)
• Receiver Darryl Stonum (undecided)
• Safety Carvin Johnson (Hampton)
• Linebacker Isaiah Bell (unknown)
• Center Rocko Khoury (forewent fifth year)
• Long-snapper George Morales (forewent fifth year)
• Tailback Michael Cox (forewent fifth year, transferred to Massachusetts)
• Receiver Terrence Robinson (forewent fifth year)
• Defensive end Chris Rock (unknown)
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