I saw this buried in a thread last night, but former Michigan 4 star transfer Justin Turner, of Masillon, who transferred to West Virginia, is now transferring to Division 2 Notre Dame of Ohio. I talked with one of the coaches at ND - Ohio, who confirmed this. Notre Dame is a small liberal arts school in the Cleveland area. According to my source, it sounds like Turner struggled at West Virginia, not on the field, but in the classroom. IIRC, Turner had problems qualifying academically, and these troubles followed him from Masillon to Michigan and now West Virginia. I suspect that in High School, he was passed through his classes to keep him eligible on the field. He just couldn't cut it academically at either Michigan or WVa. This is now the end of the line. Either he gets it together, or he washes out of college and football altogether. Would be sad, but neither the first nor the last.
As RR has said, he no longer plays at Michigan, move on, next topic. My reason for posting is only to suggest that perhaps Turner's head wasn't screwed on right. I don't think it was his physical attributes. If anything, Turner probably could coast in HS because he was bigger and faster than the competition. Obv., this isn't the case at the next level. I wonder if sometimes, these guys have things come too easily, causing huge problems when they expect special treatment, and when they actually have to learn routes, where to be on the field, etc.