Former Michigan QB transferring to UCLA
| 1 week ago

Former Michigan quarterback Wilton Speight is headed to UCLA for his final college football season.

The fifth-year graduate transfer confirmed his choice Thursday on Instagram. He also was considering Wyoming.

UCLA and Wyoming are looking to replace starting quarterbacks Josh Allen and Josh Rosen, respectively, who are both expected to be selected early in the NFL Draft later this month.

Speight suffered a spinal injury during the fourth game against Purdue last fall and missed the rest of the year. Shortly after the end of the season, he announced that he would not return to Michigan.

In 2016, Speight started 11 games for the Wolverines despite sustaining a shoulder injury. He won the starting job again in 2017 before a broken vertebrae ended the season.

Speight's Michigan career ends with 3,192 yards, 22 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

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