The latest addition to Michigan's coaching staff played and coached against the Wolverines at their in-state rival.

Dan Enos has been hired by Jim Harbaugh,'s Chris Balas told Beanie and Brock on WVFN's "Beyond The Game." He will work with Michigan's wide receivers, who currently don't have a position coach.

Most recently, Enos was the offensive coordinator at Arkansas. Before that he was the head coach at Central Michigan from 2010 to 2014.

Enos coached at Michigan State from 2006 to 2009. He had been on Mark Dantonio's staff before East Lansing, too, having served as quarterbacks coach at Cincinnati in 2005.

Enos played quarterback for the Spartans from 1987 to 1991, the last two seasons as starter.

Last season at Arkansas, Enos made $800,000. He could me in for a pay raise at Michigan: The Wolverines already have three assistant coaches earning seven-figure salaries.