Michigan is losing only one member of its secondary this year and already has four commitments for 2012.
It's hard to argue with Michigan's linebacker class for 2012, which includes three four-star prospects.
Michigan's new coaching staff eventually will run a pro-style offense, but it's QB play won't reflect that until future prospects arrive on campus.
With its scheme changing to a 4-3 Michigan knew it needed to go hard after d-line for the 2012 class, and it has done well.
The Wolverines will need to add prospects both at wide receiver and tight end to round out their 2012 class.
Running back isn't a pressing need for the 2012 Michigan recruiting class, but it will be in 2013.
How the numbers might shake out at each position for 2013 Michigan recruiting class.
Former Michigan QB Drew Henson breaks down the Wolverine's offensive commits in the 2012 class.