"I know there is dead period right now till the middle of January," said the four-star signal caller."Once that's over I should be going to a basketball game, and will see what happens there."
While there hasn't been much contact from his main recruiter -- offensive coordinator Al Borges -- as of late, Malzone says the Wolverines still have him high on their list of possible quarterbacks in 2015.
"All I know, is they keep saying I'm one of their top guys," Malzone said. "It really depends, who knows how many guys they are going to offer? Michigan is pretty prone not to offer too many guys. If they offer a guy, they want that guy to commit. So will see what happens."
At 6-foot-2, 200-pounds, Malzone has offers from Western Michigan, Toledo, Old Dominion, Central Michigan and Bowling Green. However, he says he's hearing from many notable BCS programs and his considering visiting Cincinnati, Indiana, Pittsburgh, Maryland, Penn State, Michigan and Vanderbilt, among others.
In the meantime, he says his focused is on improving his game heading into his senior campaign.
"After the season, I knew I had to get a lot better," Malzone said. "There is always room to improve. I've been working out since the season ended.
Next up for Malzone is the U.S. Army Bowl National Combine in San Antonio, Texas.
"I know it's a big deal," Malzone said on performing at the combine. "I know all the players in the Under Armor game and Army game are participating down there. So it would be a great experience to go to the combine and watch the game.