Another Michigan scholarship quarterback has entered the switch portal beneath Jim Harbaugh.Joe Milton grew to become the sixth when he introduced Thursday that he’s transferring.The 6-foot-5, 243-pounder started the season because the starter and had a powerful efficiency within the staff’s opener in opposition to Minnesota, however he regressed over the subsequent 5. In his final 4 video games, the four-star prospect from Florida accomplished simply 33 of 68 passes for 552 yards, three touchdowns and 4 interceptions.Milton was pulled Nov. 21 in opposition to Rutgers after which threw three passes in reduction Nov. 28 in opposition to Penn State. He completed the season 80-for-141 passing for 1,077 yards, 4 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He additionally added 109 speeding yards and a rating.Milton, who has three years of eligibility remaining, joins Dylan McCaffrey, Brandon Peters, Wilton Speight, Alex Malzone and Shane Morris as scholarship quarterback to switch beneath Harbaugh. Speight was a three-star prospect out of highschool, whereas the opposite 4 have been four-stars.Milton’s departure provides technique to redshirt sophomore Cade McNamara, who began the staff’s last sport in opposition to PSU, and true freshman J.J. McCarthy, a five-star recruit, to battle for the No. 1 job.Here is what’s being mentioned nationally about Milton transferring.Michigan QB Joe Milton enters switch portal, creating extra questions for Jim Harbaugh (Yahoo)2021 College soccer odds: Cade McNamara favored as beginning QB over J.J. McCarthy following Joe Milton switch (Sportsline)Get Wolverine Confidential texts straight to your cellphone from our Michigan soccer writers. Cut by way of the muddle of social media and talk instantly with our beat reporters, similar to you’ll with your mates. Sign up for perception on the Wolverines for $4.99 a month (with a 60-day free trial) by texting 734-215-6605.