Michigan Wolverines star working again Blake Corum reported his camouflage wrapped 2017 Camaro stolen earlier this month, based on The Associated Press.
The automotive was reportedly stolen from an Ann Arbor, Michigan, car parking zone between Jan. 13 and Jan. 16.
Corum confirmed that the automotive had been stolen on Tuesday, responding to a tweet stating that the stolen automotive was acquired by NIL cash.
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“Wasn’t NIL funded, my dad and mom used their hard-earned cash to bless me with one thing good after I graduated highschool,” Corum posted to Twitter. “God bless whoever stole it.”
Corum introduced in January that he’ll return to Michigan for his senior season.
“I’ve spent a variety of time considering and praying about my future,” Corum stated in an announcement. “I need to thank my family members for unwavering assist throughout this course of.”
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My objectives have at all times been about leaving an everlasting legacy on the winningest program within the historical past of faculty soccer.”
“Motivated by my profound love for Michigan and my dedication to my schooling, I’ve determined to return for an additional season. It is an honor to be a student-athlete on the University of Michigan!”
Corum had an enormous junior season, speeding for 1,463 yards and 18 touchdowns earlier than struggling a knee damage in opposition to Illinois late within the yr.
The damage pressured Corum to play just one sequence in opposition to Ohio State, and he missed the Big Ten Championship Game and Michigan’s CFP recreation in opposition to TCU.
The Wolverines had the fifth-best speeding assault throughout the 2022 school soccer, averaging 238.9 yards per recreation.