Don't despair, the cupboard is (allegedly) not bare
The Free Press did a profile today on Steven Threet the Michigan freshman who may be the Wolverines' starting QB next season. Threet (6'5", 228) is from Adrian (MI) High School and was the #12 prep player in the State of Michigan in the 2007 class. He graduated from high school early and enrolled at Georgia Tech in January, 2007. He participated in spring practice but was unable to secure the starting QB position. After the two coaches who recruited Threet left Georgia Tech for other schools, Threet decided to transfer. He transferred to Michigan before the start of the 2007 season and joined the team but had to sit out because of the NCAA transfer rules. He used his redshirt year and he still has four (4) years of eligibility remaining to play for the Wolverines. Go Blue!
*Note: Photo of Steven Threet from his high school days at Adrian High School by RASHAUN RUCKER/Detroit Free Press
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