Ole Miss is dealing with a rash of transfers these days, and one Big 10 school is looking to capitalize.

Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated and FOX Sports reported that quarterback Shea Patterson and safety Deontay Anderson are expected to visit Michigan this weekend. This news follows a photo of Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh that Anderson shared that circulated around social media. ESPN’s Tom VanHaaren also confirmed the visit, and added that Patterson’s parents are Michigan fans, his grandpa played for the Detroit Pistons and a coach on the Michigan staff previously recruited Patterson.

It’s unclear when either player could return to the field as Patterson suffered a season-ending knee injury. Patterson has been granted permission to seek a transfer, which has limitations related to SEC teams and opponents on Ole Miss’ schedule the next two years. Anderson is also petitioning the NCAA in an effort to be eligible to play next season without sitting out for a year.

Michigan, which will play South Carolina in the Outback Bowl, dealt with multiple injuries to its quarterbacks this season. The Wolverines themselves are also dealing with a quarterback transfer. Wilton Speight, who won the starting job the last two seasons but missed the majority of this season after suffering three broken vertebrae at Purdue on Sept. 23, recently announced that he would transfer for his final season, the Detroit News reported. Backup Alex Malzone also announced he plans to transfer.

Michigan returns redshirt freshman quarterbacks Brandon Peters and freshman Dylan McCaffrey. Joe Milton will be an early enrollee freshman.

Ole Miss, similarly dealt with a number of injuries this season, and is now dealing with a number of transfers largely related to recently announced NCAA infractions, including a bowl ban and loss of scholarships.