New QB commit eager to get started 

February, 7, 2013
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Michigan's search for a quarterback in the 2014 class ended on Wednesday with the commitment of Wilton Speight (Richmond, Va./Collegiate School). It was a long journey for both Michigan and Speight to get to this point as the 6-foot-5, 220-pound signal-caller is the only quarterback Michigan offered in his class.

Going through the process was one thing, but being able to end it and have the opportunity to be a quarterback at Michigan was too much to pass up.

WolverineNation caught up to Speight to discuss how his commitment came about and what's next for him. Here's how he told us it all went down.

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