Michigan football linebacker Ben VanSumeren entered the NCAA move entrance under 24 hours after his sibling, Alex, retreated from his obligation to the Wolverines.

VanSumeren, a redshirt sophomore this previous season, burned through the majority of his profession in Ann Arbor as a save player. He was utilized now and again on protection, offense and uncommon groups.

Until this year, VanSumeren was generally conveyed as a fullback. He at that point progressed to the opposite side of the ball, where he played 76 snaps in six games and made two beginnings in misfortunes to Indiana and Penn State.

The 6-foot-2, 253-pound VanSumeren showed up in 2018 as a three-star prospect from Essexville.

He is the eighth grant player from U-M to enter the entrance since September.

His misfortune will not be counterbalanced by the looming appearance of his more-proclaimed sibling. Alex is a cautious tackle who is positioned as the fourth-best enroll from Michigan in the 2022 class. He purportedly has offers from Alabama, Michigan State, Stanford and other Power Five projects.

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