Michigan Football has received reinforcements to its 2023 roster via the transfer portal for the second time in the past week.
Former Nebraska linebacker Ernest Hausman announced Thursday that he’s moving to the Wolverines. Hausmann, from Columbus, Nebraska, was rated 678th overall in his class for 2021. He was a three-star linebacker.
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“Next chapter,” Hausmann wrote in a Twitter post, with the lyrics of “Hail to the Victors” and the word “committed” in all caps smeared across the photo.
The 6-foot-2-inch, 220-pound linebacker started seven games in 2022 as a true freshman for the Cornhuskers. He appeared in his ten games, recording 54 tackles (36 solo), recording one sack (against Michigan) and his one fumble in his recovery.
After setting a career-high with 10 tackles against the Wolverines, he topped the list with 12 tackles against Wisconsin the following week. According to Pro Football Focus, Hausman tied for eighth among all Power Five freshmen.
Houseman has signed on to Scott Frost’s staff in March 2021. Frost was sacked after a Week 3 loss to Georgia Southern earlier this season.
The Wolverines also got a commitment last week from Arizona State-transferred OL Radarius Henderson (a former four-star prospect).
This article originally appeared in the Detroit Free Press: Former Nebraska LB Ernest Hausman on Michigan Football Land