Former Michigan star Dennis Norfleet is officially heading to Tuskegee, according to reports.

Norfleet is eligible immediate to play his senior season.

Last month, Tuskegee was granted the opportunity to speak with Norfleet by Michigan after declaring he would potentially transfer.

From MLive.com

According to his high school coach, Norfleet was dismissed from Michigan’s program by coach Jim Harbaugh shortly after spring practice came to a close. Norfleet was then allowed an opportunity to work his way back onto the program, and ultimately finish his academic career at Michigan.

A plan was put in place, I’ve had conversations with him over the summer,” Harbaugh said late last month. “And if (things have) changed, you’d have to talk to Dennis.

“A plan was put into place. It’s our desire that he remains at Michigan and gets his Michigan degree. … We came to a plan, and (he agreed) to it. Our expectation hasn’t changed.”

The 5-foot-7, 168-pound Norfleet has been used primarily as a kick returner during his three seasons at Michigan. He currently holds Michigan career records for kickoff returns and kickoff return yardage.



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