Michigan Football has plenty of options for QB recruiting in 2025

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Michigan football could be landing a five-star QB commitment this week but the Wolverines are also still putting in work in the 2025 class too. 

Regardless of the level of football, the quarterback is the most important position and when it comes to recruiting, it’s the most important position too.

As far as Michigan football is concerned, quarterback recruiting has been a little disappointing since the commitment of J.J. McCarthy back in the 2021 class.

Michigan landed two quarterbacks in the 2022 class, but neither ranked in the top 100 or really even close and the Wolverines whiffed on five-star Dante Moore from Detroit in 2023.

It does look like Jadyn Davis is going to commit to Michigan football this week. That would be huge but quarterbacks coach Kirk Campbell isn’t resting on his laurels — putting in work with a couple of highly-touted 2025 quarterbacks this past weekend.

Michigan football 2025 QB recruiting update

Bryce Underwood visited last week and he’s the top of the board as the No. 1 overall quarterback in the country according to the 247 sports composite rankings. However, Ryan Montgomery, Cutter Boley, and Stone Saunders are other names to monitor.

Montgomery has visited Michigan football a bunch of times at this point and the Wolverines are right there with Ohio State near the top of his recruitment.

However, Saunders is another guy that’s going to be a highly-ranked four-star prospect and he said positive things about his weekend visit with coach Campbell and the Wolverines. He’s currently ranked 180th overall in the On3 industry rankings and 15th among QBs.

The Wolverines also hosted 247 sports composite five-star quarterback Cutter Boley over the weekend. He’s been on campus a few times now with Michigan football. Here’s what the No. 2 quarterback in the composite rankings said about U-M to Steve Wiltfong:

"“Michigan also made a great impression on me this weekend! I really liked Coach Campbell and how he saw the game! I’ve been to Michigan a few times now and every time I go back I love it! Michigan and Notre Dame made big strides this weekend.”"

Notre Dame also hosted Boley and he’s got over 20 offers and there will be no shortage of competition to land his commitment.

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Yet, it’s smart to have options. Michigan football has focused too much on one target in 2023 and 2024. Now, in 2025, the Wolverines have plenty of talented targets to choose from at the most important position.