Shea Patterson is on Michigan’s campus.

Saturday morning, Angelique Chengelis of the Detroit News was able to snap a photo of the Ole Miss transfer inside Crisler Arena in Ann Arbor, just minutes before the Wolverines’ basketball team tipped off against UCLA. He was not permitted to answer any questions, but he did say he was enjoying his visit.

That’s a good thing for Michigan.

Patterson was considered one of the top quarterbacks in the SEC last season despite Ole Miss’ struggles on the field. He played in seven games for the Rebels, missing the final five due to injury.

Because of NCAA sanctions, seniors on Ole Miss’ football team are permitted to transfer to another school without having to sit out a year. Patterson has been highly pursued by Jim Harbaugh and the Wolverines. Michigan — which had its issues under center last season — is considered to be the front-runner for Patterson.

This would be a huge addition for Michigan’s offense, especially with Wilton Speight declaring his transfer shortly after the 2017 season concluded.