Redshirt junior John O’Korn is building his case to become the starting quarterback for Michigan in the fall.
O’Korn was among 33 college quarterbacks who competed in several rounds of competition that included hitting moving golf carts at distances of 15 yards, 25 yards and up the sideline, according Jacob Batte of houmatoday.com.
Following the series of events, O’Korn emerged as a co-winner of the quarterback challenge, sharing the title with Southern Mississippi’s Nick Mullens.
— Michigan Football (@umichfootball) June 26, 2016
O’Korn arrived at Michigan last season after transferring from Houston following his sophomore year. He was named the American Conference Freshman of the Year in 2013, after throwing for more than 3,117 and 28 touchdowns as the Cougars’ starter.