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Blake Countess transferring for final year of eligibility



With Michigan moving to more a press coverage in their secondary, Blake Countess will look to play elsewhere for his final year of eligibility.

According to his Instagram page, Countess announced that he would transfer to another school to play football after graduating from the University of Michigan.

Countess finishes his Michigan career with 30 total starts, 114 tackles, 6 interceptions and 13 passes defended. His departure from the program also comes just a couple of days after 6-1 corner Wayne Lyons announced that he would transfer to Ann Arbor from Stanford.

The former first-team all-conference in 2013, Countess began a once pretty promising college corner finished his freshman year playing in all 12 games while accumulating 44 total tackles. His career was a bit derailed though the following year when a torn ACL in the first game of the season against Alabama ended his 2014 campaign.

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