Tomorrow, Colin Kaepernick will hold his own pro day for NFL scouts. Yes, the quarterback being blackballed from the NFL will get another shot and he is going to be given the shot by Jim Harbaugh the Michigan Wolverines’ head football coach.
Tomorrow during the spring game tomorrow, Michigan’s draft-eligible players will be catching passes from the former 49ers quarterback.
College football spring games are more about celebrations and fun than actual football, but tomorrow will feature former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick serving as an honorary captain.
While Kaepernick doesn’t have any direct ties to Michigan — he played college football at Nevada, where he threw for 10,098 yards, rushed for 4,112 yards, tossed 82 touchdowns and rushed for 59 scores — he does have a link to Wolverines coach Jim Harbaugh. Kaepernick spent six seasons in the NFL, all with the 49ers and four of which overlapped with Harbaugh from 2011-14.