Michigan has offered four quarterbacks in the 2015 class and all four of them are committed elsewhere. Coach Nussmeier is taking his time to evaluate the other signal callers in the class, one of them being Alex Malzone.
Malzone visited Michigan in the early part of March to check out a spring practice and to meet Coach Nuss for the first time. At that time Coach Nuss said that he'd like to see Alex throw in person before an offer became a possibility. That session is scheduled to take place once spring practices are finished.
Malzone's offer list has grown to nearly 10 offers and he told me that things are about to really start picking up. There are about 15 schools planning to watch him throw in person, Michigan included. Alex would like to commit some time in the month of May, but says that if his recruiting really starts to blow up, he might slow down a bit, take some other visits, and wait a little longer to make a decision. Malzone named Pitt and Wake Forest as early leaders but said that Michigan would be right up there if Coach Nuss decides he's worthy of an offer.