Denard Robinson, Michigan’s former do-it-all quarterback who racked up plenty of records more than a decade ago, is set to return to his alma mater in an off-the-field role.

Robinson is expected to become the Wolverines’ assistant director of player personnel, MLive has learned, confirming a Wednesday afternoon report by Anthony ‘Ant’ Wright of On3.com.

Michigan has not yet announced the hire, but the 31-year-old Robinson will work in tandem with veteran NFL executive Tom Gamble, who returned to the program earlier this month as director of player personnel, and on the recruiting side. An official announcement is expected this week.

The Wolverines lost a recruiting staffer last week, Aashon Larkins, to the University of Mississippi.

Robinson last worked for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars, where he was a college scouting assistant in 2021 and offensive quality control coach in 2020, and spent 2019 as an offensive analyst at Jacksonville University.

The Deerfield Beach, Fla., native was a fifth-round pick of the Jaguars in 2013 and played four seasons with the franchise, before giving football one last try in 2019 with the Atlanta Legends of the now-defunct Alliance of American Football (AAF).