Ben Gedeon brings speed to the Michigan linebacker corps.
A look at Michigan's offensive recruiting during the past two cycles compared to the defensive recruiting of rivals Ohio State, Michigan State and Notre Dame.
After having only four commitments at this time a year ago, Michigan has a nation's best 17 commitments in the class of 2013. And a strong bond has formed among them.
A look at how Michigan's 2013 recruiting class shakes out as April approaches.
Michigan has secured 10 commitments this month and is more than halfway home to its 2013 recruiting class. So what's left?
As Michigan sizes up its 2013 needs and targets, it appears as though depth on both lines will remain critical.
Brady Hoke and his staff reeled in a signing class topped by four big men who make up one of the deepest Michigan offensive line classes in recent memory.
Denard Robinson returns for his third year as a starter, but his Sugar Bowl performance was a reminder of how inconsistent he can be.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 defensive prospect with an offer from U-M.
Denard Robinson and Fitzgerald Toussaint give Michigan's 2012 depth chart some flash, but there are holes that need to be filled, especially in critical places such as the offensive line.
After a big haul in 2012, Michigan can be afford to be a little picky in recruiting the linebacker position for 2013.
2012 OT commit Ben Braden has left tackle size (6-7, 325 pounds), surprising quickness and solid technique.
2012 OT commit Ben Braden gravitated toward hockey in his formative years, not developing a real passion for football until his sophomore year of high school.
The Wolverines are almost done with their 2012 class; they'll look to close strong with a couple of key need positions.
Michigan will look across the Midwest and nationally to fill several wide receiver spots in the 2013 class.
Former Michigan QB Drew Henson breaks down the Wolverine's offensive commits in the 2012 class.