Former St. John’s Shrewsbury standout Eamonn Dennis enters the transfer portal

Former St. John’s Shrewsbury standout Eamonn Dennis announced on Monday that he is entering the transfer portal. Dennis made the announcement on social media,

The wide receiver from Worcester was predominantly a special teams player for the Wolverines. Dennis has already received his undergraduate degree. He is a grad transfer with two years of eligibility left. 

Standing at 5-10 188, Dennis has the size to play flanker or in the slot. He can also play the X as well. A dynamic playmaker in high school, Dennis will be looking for a place where he can potentially start.

In his announcement, Dennis thanked Jim Harbaugh and the Michigan staff for giving him the opportunity of a life time. 

“I want to begin by expressing my gratitude to God for guiding me since the age of six when I first stepped onto the field. The opportunity to play in front of millions of people has always been a cherished dream, one that Michigan made happen.”

Dennis added: “I want to extend my appreciation to Coach Harbaugh, Coach Moore, Coach Herb, and the entire coaching staff for their unwavering support and mentorship. To my teammates, who have became brothers, thank you for the lifelong memories. Being a Michigan man has taught me lessons that will resonate throughout my lifetime.” 

Dennis should generate plenty of interest in the portal. Do not rule a potential return to the area with Boston College, UMass and UConn all having interest in him.