Michigan Football continues to reload its offensive line.
Hours after the Wolverines’ line was announced Saturday night as the top All-American line-up for a second straight season as the winner of the Joe Moore Award, Stanford transfer Miles Hinton was added, and he wore a UM uniform. I posted a picture of myself wearing on Instagram. With caption “Go Blue”.
The former Cardinal has appeared in nine games this season after starting nine in 2021. The 6-foot-7-inch, 320-pound Georgia native was his 4th team pick (by Phil Steele) in his preseason All-Pac-12 this season.
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He entered Stanford University in 2020 as an All-American in the U.S. Army and entered as a four-star recruit, according to the 247 Sports Composite Ranking. He was rated 74th domestically and 6th in offensive tackles. In his first season at Palo Alto, he was named the Cardinal’s Outstanding Freshman in his program. He arrives in Ann Arbor with a two-year eligibility, thanks to the NCAA’s COVID waiver for the 2020 season.
Hinton is the younger brother of Christopher Hinton and played three seasons in the Wolverines’ defensive line before being declared in the NFL Draft after the 2021 season. He was not drafted, but landed with the Los Angeles Chargers and has appeared in one game so far this season.
Both Hintons are the sons of former NFL offensive lineman Chris Hinton, who was a seven-time professional bowler for the Indianapolis Colts and Atlanta Falcons over 13 seasons from 1983 to 1995.