Peters was a four-star recruit out of high school but never got an extended look under center after his redshirt freshman season at Michigan. He threw for four touchdowns and 680 yards in eight games over two seasons for the Wolverines.
With the decision to start Peters, Lovie Smith has elected to go the graduate transfer route at QB1 once again this season, just as he did last year by starting Virginia Tech transfer AJ Bush over M.J. Rivers II. Peters will be starting over talented freshman Isaiah Williams this season.
Though Peters gets the nod from the get-go, Williams should still see the field this season, as Peters is more of a pro-style quarterback and Williams has the athletic ability to make plays with both his arm and his feet.
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