Houston outside linebacker Tyus Bowser: Bowser ended up at Houston because he couldn't play another sport at Oklahoma State. Late in the recruiting process, Cowboys coaches told Bowser he wouldn't be able to suit up for the basketball team. That was a priority for the do-everything football star, who averaged 16.8 points and 7.9 rebounds as a senior shooting guard. The weekend before signing day, he visited Houston, committed shortly thereafter and began his two-sport career. It lasted all of two seasons.
Michigan defensive lineman Chris Wormley: After the last of his five seasons at Michigan, Wormley wrote a 416-word letter in The Michigan Daily, the school's student newspaper, to the "loyal Michigan community." "While this may end my time as a student-athlete at Michigan, I will never stop bleeding maize and blue," the two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection wrote in the piece. "I hope to return to Michigan Stadium and sing 'Hail to the Victors' alongside all of you for seasons to come."