15Jim Harbaugh, QB

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When Jim Harbaugh took the Michigan head coaching position in 2014, he declared it was his "dream job." This makes sense given Harbaugh's long standing history with the university, stemming from his time as the starting quarterback for the school in the 1980s. Harbaugh was a major recruit coming out

of California and was known for his trademark accuracy and ability to learn different schemes.

Although Harbaugh finished his career at Michigan with a devastating Rose Bowl loss to the Arizona State Sun Devils, he left Ann Arbor as the school's career leader in passing yards (5,449) and held the NCAA Division-I quarterback rating record (149.6). He went on to have an impressive NFL career before making his way into the coaching ranks. Harbaugh was like a coach on the field during his time as the Wolverines quarterback, so it's only fitting that he now lead the school's renaissance as their head coach.

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