Michigan RB Blake Corum reports camouflage Camaro stolen
Ann Arbor Police say a 2017 Chevrolet Camaro owned by Blake Corum of Michigan was reported stolen from a parking lot in Ann Arbor between January 13 and 16.
The exterior of the car features a gray camouflage pattern and Corum’s “BC2” logo on the side. Corum wrote on Twitter that the car was given to him by his parents after he graduated from high school.
“NIL funded, my parents spent their hard-earned money to bless me with something good after high school,” Corum wrote. “God bless whoever stole it.”
Not NIL funded, my parents spent their hard earned money to give me something good after my schooling. God bless the person who stole it🙏🏽 https://t.co/Jt7Da22E8S
— #2⃣BeSavage (@blake_corum) January 24, 2023
Corum recently announced his decision to spend his senior season at Michigan instead of entering the NFL draft. He was among Michigan’s top earners and participated in many community events, including the annual Thanksgiving food drive.
Corum rushed for 1,463 yards and 18 touchdowns as a junior before injuring his knee against Illinois. He underwent surgery and missed Michigan’s Fiesta Bowl loss to TCU in the College Football Playoff. Corum, a top 75 draft pick, announced his plans to spend his senior season at Michigan in early January.
It’s been a turbulent offseason at Michigan, with offensive coordinator Matt Weiss fired last week and an ongoing NCAA investigation into potential recruiting violations.
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