Top 2014 and 2015 QBs at Michigan camp 

June, 18, 2012
Coleman KeyChantel Jennings/ESPN.comQuarterback Coleman Key of Broken Arrow, Okla., said seeing the Big House was 'almost overwhelming' because his home state has nothing that compares.

The Wolverines have already lined up a replacement for quarterback Denard Robinson in the 2013 class -- Shane Morris (Warren, Mich./De La Salle). But that doesn't mean they've stopped looking for the player who can challenge Morris in the future.

During the first day of Michigan’s Technique School football camp, several quarterback prospects gave the Michigan coaches a look at who that next big name could be. Here are the top performers in the 2014 and 2015 classes:
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