On second thought, Wilton Speight’s time at Michigan may not be over.

The Wolverine quarterback graduated after the 2017 season and was expected to leave the program via the graduate transfer rule. While that may still happen, Speight reportedly is considering a return to the program, provided Shea Patterson is not eligible to compete for the team in 2018.

That’s according to a report from Nick Baumgardner of the Detroit Free Press. Head coach Jim Harbaugh is open to Speight returning to the program.

Patterson announced his decision to transfer from Ole Miss following the end of the school’s NCAA investigation. The Rebels were tagged with an additional postseason ban. Patterson left the program shortly after the penalties were announced.

In three seasons in Ann Arbor, Speight has thrown for 3,192 yards, 22 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He appeared in only four games last year after making 12 appearances in 2016.