ESPN 150 athlete John "JuJu" Smith, yet another Long Beach Poly product, is a versatile performer on and off the field.
Ricky Barnum arrived at Michigan as the No. 4 guard in the class of 2008, but it still took him three years before he became a starter.
Offensive guard Patrick Omameh was committed to play at Cincinnati before a late switch to Michigan that worked out for him and the Wolverines.
In his recruiting mailbag, Tom VanHaaren writes about the battle for Chicago and how hit might pick up between Michigan and Notre Dame.
Michigan was set to pass on future All-American center Steve Everitt because he didn't fit their recruiting criteria for offensive linemen.
Michigan defensive tackle Mike Martin is cherishing his final moments in Ann Arbor before moving on to his dream of being an NFL player.
In part two of an anonymous survey, Michigan's outgoing seniors talk frankly about whether they'd go to Michigan again, where they'd go otherwise, and what they really like and hate about Ann Arbor.
Center David Molk wasn't going to go out feeling like he had during his first couple of seasons at Michigan. So he took it upon himself to make sure the transition from Rich Rodriguez to Brady Hoke didn't cause any major problems.
Four 2012 Michigan signees finished in the ESPNU 150, but the designation has yielded mixed results for Michigan.
Defensive tackle Will Heininger made the journey from walk-on to starter as a senior, but an injury cost him his final game, the Sugar Bowl.
2012 OL commit Kyle Kalis has all of the tools to join the pantheon of Michigan greats along the offensive front.
Erik Magnuson fills a glaring need at offensive tackle, and he's know the Michigan coaching staff for years.
New Michigan coach Brady Hoke has raided Ohio in building a strong recruiting class for 2012.