Ann Arbor, MI. One of the latest additions to the ever-growing list of student-athletes transferring from the University of Michigan is cornerback Terry Richardson who has chosen to finish off his collegiate career at Marshall. Richardson announced earlier this winter that he intended on playing a graduate season elsewhere.
Richardson was one of Hoke’s most prized recruits as a 4-star coming out of Cass Technical High School in Detroit, MI. However, like many of Hoke’s other top prospects, Richardson didn’t perform as well as football fans expected, coming up blank on the stat sheet in tackles and interceptions in his four years as a Wolverine.
As a graduate transfer, Richardson is eligible to take the field for the Thundering Herd in the upcoming season. Richardson will look to help improve the Herd’s stellar defense that played a big role in their 10-3 2015 season and victory in the St. Petersburg Bowl.