Michigan Football recruiting: QB Alex Malzone commits to Wolverines

Michigan Football picked up a commitment from instate quarterback Alex Malzone (Bloomfield Hills, Michigan). Malzone becomes the sixth member of the Wolverines 2015 recruiting class.

Malzone picked up his offer from Brady Hoke and immediately committed to play his college football at Michigan.

Malzone, who checks in at 6-2, 185, has led Brother Rice High School to three consecutive state championships and is ranked the #4 player in the state of Michigan. As a junior, Malzone completed 67.6% of his passes for 2,795 yards and 25 touchdowns.

Here’s an excerpt of his scouting report on ESPN;

Malzone is a pocket passer who will make quick decisions with the football and handle pressure in front of him. Gets to drop point quickly and in balance. Shows the ability to be in balance on the run to get the ball out quickly…Possesses a very live arm. Release is quick and over the top…He throws the ball with authority and power with his release and the ball jumps off his hand. Is able to generate lots of mustard when he needs it to fit the ball into tight spaces. Can drive the ball vertically. Also throws very well on the move on designed roll outs especially to his right.

Malzone is known as a smart, accurate quarterback and he’s a winner.

Michigan’s 2015 Recruiting Class

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