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Jake Rudock's college football days are over, leaving a few quarterbacks with experience on the roster.
Wilton Speight guided Michigan to a victory over Minnesota and handled garbage-time reps. John O'Korn, a transfer from Houston, started 16 games and threw 34 touchdowns compared to 18 interceptions in 2013 and 2014 combined.
Shane Morris spent the last two seasons as a backup before taking a redshirt this year. Per MLive's Nick Baumgardner, Morris has no plans to transfer. Prized recruit Brandon Peters is set to enroll early, while Alex Malzone and Zach Gentry are still on the roster, too.
Barring a graduate transfer, the quarterback competition is likely a four-man race between Speight, Morris, O'Korn and Peters. O'Korn seems to be the fan favorite, but right now, there's no leader.
Slowly but surely, Harbaugh will find his quarterback. Like 2015, though, it might take the whole offseason to find the winner.
All recruiting information per 247Sports. Stats from CFBStats.com or B/R research. Quotes obtained firsthand unless otherwise noted. Follow Bleacher Report CFB writer David Kenyon on Twitter @Kenyon19_BR.