Former Michigan wideout Darryl Stonum has decided that he will finish his college football career at Baylor. Stonum is transferring to use his final year of eligibility - you can tell he's serious, because he's already updated his Twitter bio to reflect his new football home.
Stonum will be eligible to play immediately, provided he finds a graduate program at Baylor which isn't offered at Michigan. Stonum missed the 2011 season due to disciplinary reasons - namely, a second drunk driving arrest - and was kicked off the Wolverines' squad in January after violating his probation.
The Texas native will be an important factor in an offense looking to move on without Robert Griffin III and his leading receiver, Kendall Wright. Stonum joins a senior wide receiving corps featuring Terrance Williams and Lanear Thompson - Williams had nearly 1000 yards receiving, Thompson over 500 of his own. Stonum will also likely to contribute to Baylor's kicking game having been a prolific kick/punt returner for the Wolverines.