Former Jackson State wide receiver Daylen Baldwin has found a new home in his home state at the University of Michigan.
A Detroit-area native, Baldwin will be playing football as a graduate transfer for the Wolverines with two years of eligibility remaining.
Baldwub made the announcement on Twitter Monday.
Hometown Hero🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/Gk5pdPUptB
— Deuce2️⃣ (@DaylenBaldwin10) June 14, 2021
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound junior led Jackson State in receiving with 540 yards and seven touchdowns during the spring season before announcing he was entering the transfer portal on June 1.
“I have learned so much from JSU while also having fun and enjoying my college experience, but God has something different in place for me,” Baldwin wrote on Instagram. “It’s always love JSU.”
Named SWAC Newcomer of the Year and voted First Team All-SWAC, Baldwin began his collegiate career at Morgan State before transferring to JSU.