I just thought this article could spark some good debate on which schools produce the best quarterbacks (or most NFL talent - however you want to word it), and specifically where Michigan should fall in that debate.
Steve Megargee, the writer of this article, makes the claim that USC is currently the top producer of NFL quarterbacks (Mark Sanchez, Carson Palmer, Matt Cassel, and Matt Leinart). Michigan, Purdue, Boston College among others are also briefly discussed as candidates.
Personally, it's hard to argue against Megargee. However, I wouldn't be shocked to see Michigan coined as "Quarterback U" in another 8 years. We have some talented quarterbacks on the roster currently, and the future obviously looks bright (Hello: Shane Morris).
Just as a side note, Rivals is putting out an article every day for the next week or two for each position, and this is the first in the series.