In this week's recruiting roundtable, WolverineNation welcomes RecruitingNation's Kipp Adams and William Wilkerson to talk about how Michigan recruits fared at the national all-star games.
Brady Hoke has put an emphasis on offensive line recruiting, and his efforts have yielded more four-star prospects in two years than Michigan has head in previous six seasons combined.
Michigan commits were surprised by the ease with which Alabama routed their team, but it didn't seem to have any major effect.
Michigan kept the same 11 commits in the updated ESPN 150, including risers Jourdan Lewis and Shane Morris.
Parker (Colo.) Ponderosa High football coach Jamie Woodruff grew up a Michigan fan, so when one of his players, Chris Fox, committed to the Wolverines
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.
Michigan's offensive line haul in this cycle borders on ridiculous already, as all five OL commits are in the initial ESPN 150.
A look at how Michigan's 2013 recruiting class shakes out as April approaches.
After a lull in the rivalry, Michigan and Ohio State are butting heads again on the recruiting trail, with neither Brady Hoke nor Urban Meyer willing to back down.
While a lot of schools prefer large junior day events, Michigan is going with multiple smaller, intimate weekends to get to know prospects.
WolverineNation takes a look at Michigan's needs and ranks the 2013 offensive prospect with an offer from U-M.
Michigan would like to fill two spots in the 2012 class with offensive linemen, and the coaches already have made a bunch of offers in the trenches for 2013.
Michigan's search for offensive linemen for the 2013 class is reaching far and wide for the best in the nation.