Deron Irving-Bey Transfers to CMU

Deron Irving-Bey Transfers to CMU

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Deron Irving-Bey Transfers to CMU

Michigan is down yet another player, as a member from the 2017 recruiting class has defected to a directional school.

Per WolverinesWire’s own Evan Petzold, who also covers Central Michigan for CM Life, Wolverines second-year DE Deron Irving-Bey has transferred to CMU.

The Central Michigan football team has added Deron Irving-Bey as a transfer from the University of Michigan.

Irving-Bey, who is already on campus at CMU, will not be able to play in the 2018 season due to transfer rules. He will start playing for the Chippewas in 2019 with three years of eligibility remaining.

The 6-foot-4, 294-pound defensive lineman took a redshirt during his freshman year at Michigan in the 2017 season.

Now, Irving-Bey will reside in Mount Pleasant as a student-athlete at Central Michigan.

As noted, Irving-Bey redshirted for Michigan last season. The Flint (MI) native was not among those mentioned by defensive coordinator Don Brown as he ran through players during media availability last week.

He joins fellow 2017 classmate JaRaymond Hall who transferred to the Chippewas earlier in the offseason.

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