By Pat Harty
IOWA CITY, Iowa – Michigan tight end Erick All Jr. has decided to join his former Michigan teammate, Cade McNamara, at the University of Iowa.
All announced his commitment to the Iowa football team Wednesday on Twitter.
His commitment comes almost two weeks after McNamara announced that he would transfer to Iowa to fill the void at quarterback.
All and McNamara both played key roles for Michigan’s 2021 Big Ten championship team as All had 38 receptions for 437 yards and two touchdowns during the season.
All also caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from McNamara in Michigan’s 42-3 victory over Iowa in the 2021 Big Ten Championship game.
All, who is from Ohio, was hampered by injuries during much of the 2022 season and he ultimately decided that he needed to make a change.
He reportedly had narrowed his list of schools to Iowa, Notre Dame and Washington before picking the Hawkeyes.
The addition of All will help fill the void left by All-Big Ten tight end Sam LaPorta, who will play his final game as a Hawkeye in the Music City Bowl against Kentucky on New Year’s Eve in Nashville, Tennessee.
All will also join with Luke Lachey to give Iowa an experienced one-two punch at tight end next season.
Lachey has 25 catches for 362 yards and three touchdowns this season.
— Iowa On BTN (@IowaOnBTN) December 14, 2022
— Erick All Jr. (@eallindi83) December 14, 2022