The days of yelling DOOOOOOOOMMM in Michigan Stadium has come to a close.
As first reported by The Wolverine Lounge, third-year Michigan receiver Eddie McDoom has decided to transfer from the program.
Shortly after, McDoom posted to his Instagram account, noting his decision to leave the Wolverines.
I would like to start by thanking Coach Harbaugh for giving me the opportunity to be part of the Michigan Family. I want to thank all my coaches, teammates, and friends for supporting me the last two year of being a Wolverine. It has been a fun journey that would not be forgotten. I will be continuing my journey elsewhere but will miss the Michigan family. Thank you for the love ‼️Go Blue!
In his two years with the program, McDoom had 16 catches for 140 yards, and 24 carries on jet sweeps for 203 yards.
As a recruit, McDoom was rated a three-star at 380th overall by the 247Sports Composite.
McDoom is the second Wolverine to leave the program in a week’s span, with tight end Tyrone Wheatley Jr. announcing last week his decision to transfer to Stony Brook.