Drake Harris was switched to the defensive side of the ball over the summer. After five games and a few appearances as a cornerback, Harris is shifting back to wide receiver.
Harris has rejoined the Wolverines’ wide receiver group, Jim Harbaugh told reporters Tuesday during the Big Ten teleconference.
Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh said on the Big Ten Teleconference that Drake Harris will move from CB to WR.
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A redshirt junior, Harris saw limited action as a defensive back in the 2017 season. He’ll move back to the offensive side of the ball and give the team some more depth at receiver.
Harris (6-foot-4, 188 pounds) has eight career receptions at Michigan for 50 yards.
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