Michigan isn’t lacking young quarterbacks.

Between Shea Patterson, Brandon Peters, Dylan McCaffrey and the newly signed Joe Milton, the Wolverines have plenty of talented underclassmen signal-callers.

Another one made his verbal pledge to join that crowded quarterback room.

Four-star 2019 quarterback Cade McNamara gave his pledge to the Wolverines on Friday night:

That announcement came after McNamara made a weekend visit to Ann Arbor. He was previously committed to Notre Dame, but he dropped his commitment in the beginning of the month.

McNamara is the No. 9 pro-style quarterback and the No. 316 player overall in the 2019 class. The 6-1, 187-pound Reno, Nevada native is the top-ranked recruit in the state.

In addition to his Michigan offer, McNamara also has offers from Alabama, Georgia, Notre Dame, USC and others.

The Wolverines are off to a fast start in their 2019 class. They have six verbal pledges, and with McNamara, they now have five recruits rated 4-star or above.

Michigan currently has the No. 2 class in the B1G and the No. 5 class overall in the 247sports team rankings.