Fisch: No Leader in QB Competition Yet

Michigan passing game coordinator Jedd Fisch discusses the offense, the quarterback situation and more with video.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Michigan passing game coordinator Jedd Fisch is excited about his quarterback group just four practices into spring football.

Working with three scholarship quarterbacks right now in junior Shane Morris, redshirt freshman Wilton Speight and true freshman Alex Malzone, Fisch isn't overly focused on naming a front runner just yet.

Instead, the focus is on repitition and improvement, over the next 11 practices leading into a very important off-season before a starter is named prior to the 2015 season.

“No, not yet,” Fisch said when asked if anyone has stood out at quarterback. “No one has. We’ll just continue to mix them around and everyday rotate who’s playing with who. Don’t want to hear anyone saying, well I played with this center or I played with this guard or I threw to this wide out.

"They all have everybody; it’s even. I don’t think I’ve counted, per say, how many true reps, but I’ve certainly counted pass attempts; they’ve each had and it’s very close in terms of that number.”

To watch Fisch breakdown the offense and quarterback battle, press play below.

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