Iowa Hawkeyes head football coach Kirk Ferentz will release quarterback Jake Rudock to any school he decides to transfer to, including Michigan, according to Clint Brewster of Wolverine247.
Rudock is scheduled to visit Michigan this weekend, where one is expected to be extended. Brewster's report says he will accept a spot on the roster if/when that takes place.
Rudock would be eligible to play right away since he has already graduated from the University of Iowa. He threw for 2436 yards with 16 touchdowns and five interceptions while completing almost 62 percent of his passes in 2014.
If he ends up with the Wolverines, he is expected to be the front runner in the competition for the starting quarterback in 2015, along with junior Shane Morris, redshirt freshman Wilton Speight and early enrollee Alex Malzone.
The other school in the mix for Rudock is Boise State.
This story is developing.