We found out not long ago former Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight is going to wait a few months before making a decision on where he will attend graduate school, but in the meantime we have also found out where another former Wolverine quarterback will be heading next fall.
Redshirt sophomore Alex Malzone announced via Twitter and Instagram that he will be transferring to the University of Miami (Ohio).
Excited to announce that I’ll be playing at Miami Ohio University… https://t.co/zS3VowUS0i— Alex Malzone (@AlexMalzone) January 22, 2018
Malzone was a part of Jim Harbaugh’s first official recruiting class in 2015, and was actually recruited originally by Brady Hoke. Malzone committed to U-M while Hoke was still the head coach, and decided to stay committed once Harbaugh was named the new head man.
Despite making just three appearances in relief for the Wolverines during his career, Malzone never attempted a single pass.
With Malzone graduating early in the spring and taking a redshirt his true freshman season, he will have two full seasons of eligibility remaining with Miami (Ohio).
As we said earlier about Speight, we wish nothing but the best for Malzone as he continues his collegiate football career with Miami (Ohio).