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  06/01/21 - QB Cade McNamararSr/2025, Iowa

  McNamara started the 2020 season as Joe Milton's backup before taking the job in the Wolverines' final two games. He went 1-1 against Rutgers and Penn State while completing 39 of 61 passes for 351 yards and four touchdowns and running for another score on the ground. The Nevada native came to Ann Arbor as the No. 268 player and No. 7 pro-style quarterback in the 2019 recruiting class. According to new QB coach Matt Weis, he enters the summer as the clear-cut No. 1. "Cade is a guy who I think, for everything everybody is going to say (about) him, criticize him, he's going to end up playing 10 years in the NFL," Weiss said. "Because he's really smart and makes great decisions. He processes things very fast. And his accuracy and arm strength are more than enough to win with. "He's a guy that's been awesome to work with. He's extremely valuable to our team. He's our starter. I love the fact that we have him." - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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