Former Alabama edge Eyabi Anoma has re-entered the transfer portal, according to senior national college football reporter for On3Sports Matt Zenitz.

The Md., native is a former five-star recruit from the class of 2018. He spent one season at the Capstone, recording nine total tackles (six solo, three assisted), and two tackles for loss for four yards.

He entered the portal in 2019 after being dismissed from the school. Anoma transferred to Houston where he had to sit out due to the NCAA transfer rules and was dismissed from Houston's program prior to being eligible to play.

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Anoma entered the portal for a second time and transferred to UT-Martin in June of 2020 where he spent two seasons. During his time as a Skyhawk, he recorded 36 total tackles (14 solo, 22 assisted), 9.5 tackles for loss for 53 yards, six sacks for 40 yards, one forced fumble, and one block.

According to UT-Martin Sports, Anoma made the 2021 OVC All-Newcomer Team and the Phil Steele FCS All-OVC third team, as well as winning multiple weekly awards, including Stats Perform FCS National Defensive Player of the Week, OVC Defensive Player of the Week, and OVC Newcomer of the Week.

Last season, he transferred to Michigan for the third time and recorded 12 total tackles (five solo, seven assisted), 3.5 tackles for loss for 22 yards, 2.5 sacks for 18 yards, and two passes defended.

According to Athlon Sports, Anoma has one year of eligibility left.

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