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What a journey it’s been for former Michigan football running back Kareem Walker.

Walker famously committed to rival Ohio State during the Buckeyes national championship game in Jan. 2015, but ultimately flipped to the Wolverines, exciting the fanbase when he signed in 2016. However, he redshirted his first year and only saw sparing time in 2017, appearing in five games with 20 carries for 68 yards. He transferred the following summer to Fort Scott Community College in the summer of 2018 and then made his way to Mississippi State in 2019.

Again, Walker didn’t play and he entered the NCAA transfer portal once again. And now, he’ll be joining his fourth school as he announced on Saturday that he’s committing to South Alabama.

Given his promise and talent, hopefully Walker finds a way to see the field and achieve his dreams. Because it just hasn’t worked for him yet at any of his other stops.


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