Jim Harbaugh Signs Former Michigan Player As Undrafted Free Agent

Jim Harbaugh selected two Michigan players in the Los Angeles Chargers' first NFL draft since returning to the league.  

The Chargers signed offensive lineman Karsen Barnhart as an undrafted free agent, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.  

The squad announced the recruitment of him along with eight other players.  

In Ann Arbor, Barnhart worked with Harbaugh for five seasons. The former four-star prospect became a regular starter and was selected to the All-Big Ten team in 2022.  

That same year, the Wolverines won the Joe Moore Award, which recognizes the best offensive line in college football.  

Last year, Barnhart, a graduate student, started every one of Michigan's 15 offensive line games. Playing eight games at right tackle, four at left tackle,  

Of the thirteen Michigan players taken in the last three days, Barnhart was not one of them. This includes LaDarius Henderson, Trevor Keegan, and fellow linemen Zak Zinter.  

With the 69th overall choice, Harbaugh's Chargers selected wide out Cornelius Johnson and linebacker Junior Colson.  

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