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Survey Results: Fans want Michigan to go after transfer portal WR

Greetings and welcome to SB Nation Reacts, an NCAA fan survey. We poll the nation’s most engaged Michigan Wolverines supporters as well as fans nationwide throughout the year.To take part in the weekly email surveys, register here.

The Michigan Wolverines are the best team in the country, but they will need to replace important players who are leaving for the NFL if they want to be the best team in 2024. Cornelius Johnson and Roman Wilson, the top two wide receivers from Michigan, will both be selecting in the 2024 NFL Draft.

Fans of Michigan were asked what positions the team should target in the transfer portal in this week’s SB Nation Reacts.

Michigan should seek a receiver, according to 48% of supporters, a cornerback, 29%, and a quarterback, 16% of respondents.

  • Two transfer receivers that Michigan is keeping an eye on are Donovan McCulley of Indiana and Jahmal Banks of Wake Forest. McCulley was offered by Michigan, and Banks will be returning to the state in January. This season, 6-foot-5 McCulley recorded 48 receptions for 644 yards and six touchdowns. Banks totaled 4 touchdowns, 653 receiving yards, and 59 catches.
  • With former USC wide receiver Domani Jackson, 247Sports believes that Michigan and Alabama are “worth keeping an eye on” when it comes to cornerbacks. As per JPGCFB, the Wolverines have also made contact with Mumu Bin-Wahad, a former CB for UConn.
  • Former UCLA quarterback Dante Moore was contacted by Michigan, but he has now committed to Oregon. J.J. McCarthy, the starting quarterback at Michigan, is expected to stay for his senior season, or he may choose to enter the NFL Draft. Under Jim Harbaugh, Michigan has always added a new quarterback.

We also asked Michigan supporters what they believed was more crucial for the Wolverines—high school recruitment or the transfer portal.

While 24 percent of fans believe that high school recruiting is the best option, the majority of fans, 67 percent, believe that using the portal and high school recruiting are equally significant. Only 9% of respondents believe that the transfer portal is more significant.

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