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Michigan Safety J'Marick Woods Announces He's Transferring

A closeup of Jim Harbaugh on the sideline prior to a Michigan football game.

EVANSTON, IL - SEPTEMBER 29: Head coach Jim Harbaugh of the Michigan Wolverines leads his team to the field before a game against the Northwestern Wildcats at Ryan Field on September 29, 2018 in Evanston, Illinois. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Michigan junior safety J'Marick Woods will not be finishing his career with the Wolverines. Woods took to Twitter on Monday afternoon to announced that he'll be transferring from the school.

Woods noted that he's scheduled to graduate in December, so he'll be using the grad transfer rule. He'll have two years of eligibility remaining when he chooses a new school.

Woods announced the news on Twitter, thanking Michigan for the first few years of his career.

The junior has played sparingly in 2019, but he's appeared in four games.

Woods was a three-star prospect from Florence, Alabama. He had 14 offers - Michigan, Arkansas, Mississippi State, Duke, Florida, Georgia Tech, Kentucky, Louisville, Penn State, Tennessee, Tulane, Vanderbilt and Virginia Tech. It's unclear if he'll look at any of those programs.

Woods' decision comes just two days after Michigan's loss to Penn State. Woods didn't not play in the contest.

We'll keep you updated on his next move.