Top 5 Michigan quarterbacks in program history

Unheralded as a college quarterback at Michigan, Tom Brady became a sixth-round pick of the Patriots. Here he is wearing number 10 during a Michigan v. Ohio State game in 1998.

 #5- Tom Brady

Tom Brady spent his first two seasons behind starter Brian Griese, watching him win the National Championship in 1997. Eventually, Brady battled with Drew Henson and won the starting job, starting every game in 1998 and 1999. Brady set Michigan records for pass completion and pass attempts, and led the team in winning the Citrus Bowl in 98′ and the Orange Bowl in 99′. Although his numbers weren’t flashy, he was still efficient and is now one of the best QB’s of all time in the NFL.


(Photo via: Allsport / Rick Stewart)