A look at commitments and targets for Michigan on the offensive side in 2014.
Analysis reveals Brady Hoke and his staff typically send about three quarters of their offers outside of their prescribed 5-hour region, but they typically bring in three quarters of their prospects in each class from within their region.
ESPN 150 athlete John "JuJu" Smith, yet another Long Beach Poly product, is a versatile performer on and off the field.
Reon Dawson got help in flipping to Michigan from high school teammate Mike McCray, a longtime Wolverines commit.
Henry Poggi is the son of a high school football coach who comes in with the mindset and technique that could allow him to contribute early.
Khalid Hill believes he will see the field as a freshman because of Michigan's lack of depth at tight end.
Ohio native Mike McCray got his fair share of hassle for spurning Ohio State for Michigan, but he said he felt more comfortable in Ann Arbor right away.
Wyatt Shallman is a 6-foot-3, 245-pound fullback who is eager for Michigan to return to its power run game roots.
Da'Mario Jones was mostly under the radar until his Michigan offer came, and he jumped on it.
Csont'e York will join high school friend and basketball commit Derrick Walton at Michigan.
David Dawson's recruitment was tumultuous to say the least. But the nation's No. 2 guard prospect finally decided on Michigan and feels that he's in a good place with the Wolverines.
Jourdan Lewis is the highest-ranked player in the Michigan Wolverines' 2013 class.
Delano Hill hopes to come in and compete at nickelback.
In the recruiting mailbag, Chantel Jennings writes that Michigan has about three spots available after the commitment of OL Dan Samuelson, with all eyes on Reon Dawson and Derrick Green.
Kyle Bosch is eager to join the Michigan Wolverines.