Jim Harbaugh is the quarterback guru. Since coming to Michigan, Harbaugh has turned Jake Rudock, Wilton Speight, John O'Korn, and Shea Patterson into Heisman contending, bowl-winning, high draft choice quarterbacks.
Oh wait, that hasn't happened?
Well, anyway, Harbaugh's latest attempt at an elite passer comes from the middle school ranks, as it has been reported that the Michigan head coach has offered seventh-grader Isaiah Marshall a scholarship.
— Isaiah Marshall (@ZekeMarshall07) January 15, 2019
Marshall, who currently attends MacArthur Academy in Southfield, Michigan, is reportedly the youngest football player in history to receive a scholarship offer from Michigan.
The class of 2024 product currently stands 5'8. His dad, Brian, is a former running back at Northwestern.
If all goes to plan, Ohio State could be shaking in their cleats when Marshall steps on the field in... five years.