In January 2019, shortly after beginning his studies at Michigan, Charbonnet underwent knee surgery. While recovering, he missed spring training, but by the end of the summer he was fine.
In the first game of the 2019 season, Charbonnet started as running back for Michigan. He gained 99 yards, including nine receiving yards on two grabs and 90 rushing yards on eight carries.
Charbonnet’s first rushing game of 100 yards and three touchdowns came against Army on September 7.
Charbonnet rushed for 108 yards against Illinois on Oct. 12 during the first half. He carried the ball eighteen times for 116 yards and a touchdown to end the game. With his two touchdowns Nov. 2 against Maryland, Charbonnet broke the mold. At age 11, the freshman with the most touchdowns in the history of the Michigan program was.
On 149 carries, Charbonnet finished the 2019 season with 726 yards rushed and 11 touchdowns. Charbonnet had 124 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries for the 2020 campaign. Charbonnet entered the NCAA transfer portal and declared his intention to transfer in January 2021.
Charbonnet has declared his desire to transfer to the University of California, Los Angeles on January 30, 2021. He and Brittain Brown have shared the Bruins’ urgent responsibilities in a two-man system for the 2021 season. Instead of Brown vs. USC due to injury, Charbonnet recorded a season-high 28 carries for 167 yards, hitting the 1,000-yard mark.
The Associated Press named Charbonnet the conference newcomer of the year, and Pac-12 coaches selected him for the conference second team. He finished with 1,137 rushing yards and 13 touchdowns, putting him behind Oregon State’s BJ Baylor for second in the conference in rushing yards per game (94.8).
Charbonnet said on January 14, 2022 that he would be attending UCLA for his senior year of 2022.
Who are Zach Charbonnet’s parents?
Seda and Mark Charbonnet are the parents of American football player Zach Charbonnet.
Who is Zach Charbonnet’s girlfriend?
Zach, an American footballer, hasn’t dated anyone so far because he’s so focused on his career.