His Michigan football tenure was but two seasons, and his sample size wasn’t exactly very large.
Hailing from New York, Dan Villari was a late add for the Wolverines, and was expected to be a dual threat for the maize and blue. Jim Harbaugh spoke of Villari as a potential Taysom Hill-type threat who would get some play for Michigan in 2021, but he only had three pass attempts, completing one for 26 yards, in his time in Ann Arbor.
Villari didn’t see any action in 2020, either, and he made the decision to transfer this offseason. And on Tuesday night, he made his transfer destination known, staying in the Power Five.
According to Villari’s Instagram, he’s chosen ACC school Syracuse as his new college.
Villari has four full years of eligibility remaining, as 2020 was a free year and he redshirted in 2021.
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