Michael Switzer is in his first season as a Michigan football offensive graduate assistant coach, where he assists with the offensive line.
Prior to joining U-M, Switzer served one season as an offensive graduate assistant at Eastern Michigan.
Switzer was a four-year letterman and four-year starter on the offensive line at Ball State (2007-10). He started all 51 career games for the Cardinals, where he helped block for an offense which tallied a school record 5,972 yards of total offense in 2008 when the team went 12-1 under head coach Brady Hoke.
Switzer earned his bachelor's degree in general studies from Ball State.
He attended Lawrence North High School, where he earned all-conference honors and was a finalist for Mr. Football Offensive Lineman of the Year as a senior.