The Michigan football team has lost another player early to the NFL Draft.  This time it's junior tight end Zach Gentry (pictured), who declared for the Draft on Wednesday.

He joins defensive players Rashan Gary and Devin Bush as Michigan's early entries into the Draft.

Gentry came to Michigan as a quarterback, but switched to tight end when he arrived in Ann Arbor.  He caught 32 passes for 514 yards and two touchdowns in 2018.  That's good for third on the team behind wide receivers Nico Collins and Donovan Peoples-Jones.

Gentry's departure means that Nick Eubanks and Sean McKeon should see ample time at TE in the 2019 season.