Former Michigan football DB Sammy Faustin enters transfer portal

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Sammy Faustin didn't play a snap this past season after medical reasons prompted him to step away from Michigan football.

Now the fourth-year defensive back has entered the NCAA transfer portal.

Faustin, once a three-star recruit in the 2018 signing class, was not on the roster when preseason practices began in August.

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He appeared in nine games during his Michigan career and was deployed almost exclusively on special teams, playing 91% of his snaps with those units. In 2020, the Naples, Florida, native was moved from safety to cornerback. But he never became a regular contributor thereafter.

Faustin, who will be a graduate student, is the seventh scholarship player on Michigan's roster to enter the portal since Jan. 3.

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This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Former Michigan football DB Sammy Faustin in transfer portal

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