CLOSE

Detroit Free Press’ Jeff Seidel and Romain Blanquart recap Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines’ trip to Rome.

Michigan football may be in the transfer market.

Clemson safety Korrin Wiggins is a graduate transfer who is considering other schools.

According to 247Sports college football insider Ryan Bartow, U-M is a school that reached out to him.

Wiggins is a 6 foot, 200-pound safety from Durham, N.C., who played very little for the Tigers last season. He appeared in seven Clemson games with one start and finished with 13 tackles but didn’t contribute late in the season as the Tigers won the national championship. He has an extra year of eligibility because he missed the 2015 season with an ACL tear.

In late April, Tigernet.com reported Wiggins received his release for his final year of eligibility after the the coaches told him he wasn’t part of their future plans.

More Wolverines:

Since coach Jim Harbaugh took over, a number of Michigan players have transferred to play their fifth year elsewhere. In his first season, 2015, he added three graduate transfers: defensive back Wayne Lyons, punter Blake O’Neill and quarterback Jake Rudock.

Both Rudock and O’Neill started throughout the season.

Safety is a position of need as U-M lost both of its starting safeties to graduation so experience is a major issue at the position for this season. Having a veteran presence could make a difference.

Contact Mark Snyder: msnyder@freepress.com. Follow him on Twitter @mark__snyder.Download our Wolverines Xtra app for free on Apple and Android devices!