2014 QB interested in Michigan 

March, 27, 2012
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Michigan has some interesting talking points at the quarterback position, both on the roster and with recruiting. Questions surround Denard Robinson entering his second season in offensive coordinator Al Borges' offense, backup quarterback Devin Gardner taking snaps at quarterback and how Michigan will transition to a pro-style offense.

With 2013 quarterback Shane Morris (Warren, Mich./De LaSalle) committed, the last question seems a little more clear. Beyond that, the Michigan coaching staff has already started to identify top signal callers in the 2014 class as well.

DeShone Kizer (Toledo, Ohio/Central Catholic) is one of the prospects that stands out, and will be one of the more regarded quarterbacks in 2014.
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