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Michigan QB Malzone charged with disorderly conduct

The Detroit News
Alex Malzone

Michigan backup quarterback Alex Malzone admitted responsibility for a charge of disorderly conduct during an appearance Tuesday in Ann Arbor 15th District Court, according to online court records.

The offense occurred on April 26, when Malzone was cited for an “altered driver license.”

He paid a fine of $175 on Tuesday.

Malzone, 19, a sophomore at Michigan, played at Birmingham Brother Rice and was the No. 2 player on The Detroit News Blue Chip list in 2015. He completed 64.9 percent of his passes for 2,998 yards and 38 TDs with just five interceptions as a senior. He also was a member of The Detroit News Dream Team.

Malzone was among Michigan's player representatives at last week's Youth Impact Program "draft" at Cass Tech. The program involves 100 young boys from Detroit taking classes and playing football for two weeks at Michigan.